National policies and plans

2019

Le Plan national de gestion des risques de désastre 2019 - 2030 est décliné en quatre axes stratégiques, qui s’alignent sur le Cadre de Sendai dont les priorités d’action sont : (i) l’amélioration de la connaissance des risques de catastrophe, (ii) le

Haiti - government
2013

The Plan of Action of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), agreed upon at the 5th Summit of the Heads of State and/or Government of the Association of Caribbean States, addresses five main themes: (i) sustainable tourism; (ii) trade development and

Association of Caribbean States
2013

This declaration maintains the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) as a body for consultation, concerted action, co-operation while stressing the relevance of its work in the domains of trade, sustainable tourism, transport, disaster risk reduction, and

Association of Caribbean States
2012

A declaration adopted by the Member States of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) on September 27, 2012, on the sidelines of the 67th United Nations General Assembly, calling for urgent action to address the climate change crisis which Small

Alliance of Small Islands States
2010
The Action Plan for National Recovery and Development was initiated after the devasting earthquake that struck Haiti on 12 January 2010. The plan is divided into two phases. The first is in the immediate future, which lasts 18 months and covers the end of the emergency period and includes preparation for projects to generate genuine renewal. It aims to relaunch economic, governmental, and social activity, reduce Haiti’s vulnerability to natural disasters, and put Haiti back on the road to development. The second stage has a time horizon of ten years, allowing it to take into account three programming cycles of the National Strategy for Growth and Poverty Reduction.
Haiti - government
2010

AEC/2009/DRR.17/INF.011:

This plan aims at guiding the work of the Association of Caribbean States for the next five years, as the body for consultation, cooperation and concerted action for disaster risk reduction in the Greater Caribbean.

It was

Association of Caribbean States
2001
This document presents the functioning of Haiti’s government agencies responsible for disaster risk management and recovery. It describes the planning process and measures to be taken related to logistics, environment protection, security, evacuation, fire fighting, health services, reconstruction and rehabilitation.
Haiti - government