Presentation on theme: "Post-Earthquake Aid to Haiti 1.Overview of funding 2.Analysis of recovery funding by modality and recipient 3.Analysis of recovery funding by sector 4.Lessons."— Presentation transcript:
Post-Earthquake Aid to Haiti 1.Overview of funding 2.Analysis of recovery funding by modality and recipient 3.Analysis of recovery funding by sector 4.Lessons learnt from a disaster risk reduction perspective
Lessons from aid tracking post disaster Establish or re-establish a government led system as soon as possible: The government has – and should retain – the greatest political capital to gather and analyze information about the aid they are receiving. Aid information policies - including markers such as DRR Major bilateral and multilateral donors to Haiti have a leading role in promoting new standards of transparency and accountability - currently no inclusion of DRR As yet there is no formal mechanism to track the estimated $2.5 billion provided to NGOs in private funding following the earthquake in Haiti Information systems should facilitate decentralization of data submission to project managers. Decentralization of data submission to project managers enables better data in response to specific project questions – i.e. how much funding of an education project has been invested in disaster risk reduction.