OAS to spend USD 17.7 million to fight corruption in Haiti
The Organization of American States (OAS) has decided to support a program to fight against corruption in Haiti with a technical and financial assistance of $ 17.7 million.
According to Haitian newspaper Le Nouvellsite, the mechanism that the OAS will use to support the fight against corruption in the country is not yet known. However, Bocchit Edmond the Haitian Minister of Foreign Affairs said OAS has already approved a $ 17.7 million envelope
OAS will provide technical assistance to the various Haitian state institutions involved in the fight against corruption such as the Superior Court of Auditors (la Cour supérieure des comptes), ULCC (Haiti's Anti-Corruption Unit) and UCREF (Haiti's Central Financial Intelligence Unit).
This program, which will spread over a four-year period, has already been approved and will be implemented before the end of the year", Ministre Bocchit Edmond told the newspaper.
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