The Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid in Haiti

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Running head: THE EFFECTS OF WAR AND PEACE ON FOREIGN AID IN HAITI 1 The Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid in Haiti Student name Institutional affiliation
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THE EFFECTS OF WAR AND PEACE ON FOREIGN AID IN HAITI 2 The Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid in Haiti The aspects of peace and war have had an influence on the distribution and attraction of foreign aid in Haiti. This paper intends to evaluate he negative and positive effects of peace and war on foreign aid in Haiti while also looking at the actions that the leadership has taken to relieve severe problems caused by warfare in the nation. Further the paper will look at the effect the extension of foreign aid has on reduction of poverty and incidence of warfare in Haiti. The Positive and negative effects that peace and war have on the distribution of foreign aid. Foreign aid is meant at alleviation of poverty that was created in Haiti during the period of natural disasters that left millions dead and the rest displaced. Haiti has been a country on the verge of pure destruction and has relied on foreign aid for the last three decades. Haiti’s government has anticipated foreign aid leading them to become complacent and thereby have done little to help the welfare of its people. Political instability and governance failures had enormous negatives effects on aid distribution. They have led to delayed implementation or even cancellation of projects in the country. The failures have resulted from civil unrests and coups. The lack of government capacity, lack of government support for programs funded by foreign donors and excessive dependency contribute to aid ineffectiveness in Haiti (Hansen ,2001). The judicial and police institutions in Haiti lack a clear commitment to addressing the major problems.
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