By Keith Crane, James Dobbins, Laurel E. Miller, Charles P. Ries, Christopher S. Chivvis
Wish for a filthy rich and peaceable destiny for Haiti lies in construction a better, resilient kingdom. This record identifies the most demanding situations to extra able governance, evaluates latest plans for bettering the supply of public companies, and proposes a practical set of serious activities. The proposed state-building priorities benefit the best measure of Haiti's and overseas donors' coverage awareness and fiscal dedication.
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Programme-Cadre de Réforme de l’Etat. The framework program—drafted by a group of academics from the diaspora—builds on the same six program areas as the GPRSP but is significantly longer and more detailed. The framework program breaks down the six areas into 32 components; the components are further divided into a total of 249 subcomponents, some of which individually are substantial tasks. Subcomponents include such activities as drafting laws, preparing analyses and conducting studies, and elaborating policy statements.
The draft law would have transferred some tax revenue to the commune and communal-section levels. 13 UN Security Council (2009b, p. 5). , March 18, 2010. 15 Republic of Haiti (2007). Governance and Public Administration 31 tions for decentralization have not yet been fulfilled, although the process should be launched. It highlights, among a long list of objections, the missing legal framework, limited resources for local authorities, low administrative and technical capacity in local governments, and lack of consensus on issues of decentralization.
17 Republic of Haiti (2007). 18 Discussion with Haitian government official, Port-au-Prince, April 21, 2010. 19 See Buss (2006, p. 12). 20 Civil service reform has moved slowly. The Office of Human Resources Management (Office de Management et des Ressources Humaines, or OMRH), under the prime minister’s office, was set up in 2007 but is still in the early stages of institutionalizing its operations. Some preparatory steps toward improved management, such as carrying out a census of civil servants, have reportedly been completed,21 though some experts indicate that a clear sense of who is in the civil service and what they are supposed to be doing is still missing.
Building a More Resilient Haitian State by Keith Crane, James Dobbins, Laurel E. Miller, Charles P. Ries, Christopher S. Chivvis