Inclusive Blue Economy Project

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Inclusive Blue Economy Project

Haiti’s economic and social development continues to be hampered by political instability, governance issues, and fragility. With a population of around 11 million, Haiti is the poorest country in the Latin America and Caribbean region and is among the poorest countries in the world.

The Inclusive Blue Economy Project aims to transform the way coastal rural populations, especially women and youth, manage natural and marine resources in the north and northeast of Haiti. The purpose of the project is to reduce poverty and strengthen the climate resilience of rural coastal rural populations. Conserving these resources provides a source of sustainable income while combatting malnutrition.

Source: President's report

Status: Ongoing
Approval Date
30 December 2021
2021 - 2027
Agricultural Development
Total Project Cost
US$ 20.84 million
IFAD Financing
US$ 14 million
Co-financiers (International)
Crisis Response Initiative US$ 3.25 million
Co-financiers (Domestic)
National Government US$ 2.51 million
Beneficiaries US$ 1.09 million
Financing Gap
US$ 5.75 million
Financing terms
DSF Grant
Project ID
Project Contact
Paolo Mr Silveri

President's reports

Project design reports

Project design reports

Haiti 2000002247: I-BE Project Design Report November 2021 Type:
Region: Latin America and the Caribbean
Haiti 2000002247: I-BE Project Design Report October 2021 Region: Latin America and the Caribbean

Supervision and implementation support documents

Environmental and social impact assessment

Final environmental and social management framework

Interim (mid-term) review report

Resettlement action framework

PCR digest

Special study

Project list

Audit and Financial Statements

Project completion report




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Last year, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake caused more than 2,200 deaths and US$2 billion worth of damage in southern Haiti. In February 2022, a Donors' Conference was held to seek financial and political support for the reconstruction and relaunch of the region.