Haiti

Support for the start-up of a Joint Market Monitoring Initiative (JMMI) in Haiti coordinated through the Cash Working Group

Haiti Access to Basic Services
September 2020
February 2021

The Joint Market Monitoring Initiative (JMMI) is a globally standardized REACH approach to inform humanitarian market-based responses by assessing market functionality, geographic variations, and monitoring price fluctuations for the basic household items that make up the Minimum Expenditure Basket (MEB). REACH, in collaboration with initiative partners, will develop a harmonized market monitoring methodology adapted to the Haitian context and the needs of CCT actors in Haiti, while building on existing price monitoring initiatives and lessons learned from other countries. This 5-month project will launch the initiative.

Current projects

Haiti Evaluating Flexible Approaches to Cash Transfers for Emergency Response

Food assistance for the households most affected by food insecurity in areas classified as IPC3+, Communes of Roseau and Abricot

Support for the start-up of a Joint Market Monitoring Initiative (JMMI) in Haiti coordinated through the Cash Working Group

Project to improve the capacity of local actors to respond to sudden crises, mitigate their impact on water supply and sanitation infrastructures and improve hygiene practices in the community, in the department of Grand’Anse (Irois)

Strengthening the access of populations to water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH) and ensuring access to care during the Covid-19 epidemic in Haiti

Support for the fight against the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the commune of Thiotte, Haiti

Support for the fight against the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the commune of Thiotte, Haiti

Reinforcing water management and access to drinking water in Thiotte (South-East Department)

Contingency project to strengthen emergency preparedness, particularly for cyclones, in the departments of Grand’Anse

Addressing the food and nutritional insecurity in Grand’Anse (Anse d’Hainault and Les Irois municipalities)

Combating child domestic labour

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