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Case study
The Haiti-Canada Municipal Cooperation Program (PCM) worked with Haitian partners to support local tax collection. This case study reports on the experience of the communes of Port-au-Prince and from the Region des Palmes. Available in language of origin.
  • International
Case study
The municipality o f Petit-Goâve, Haïti, recently led an initiative to re-number civic addresses in the community. This case study outlines success of the project and how other municipalities in Haïti can benefit from their experience. Available in language of origin.
  • International
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  • International
Tool
This guide gives you practical tips on how to engage your community in the international development work you're doing.
  • Economic development
  • International
News release
To celebrate Canada's 25th International Development Week, the partners of the Haiti-Canada Municipal Cooperation program-the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, l'Union des municipalités du Québec (UMQ) and the city of Montreal-today highlighted the importance of municipal engagement in international cooperation in the company of the Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie.
  • International
News release
By bringing the country's three largest federations of elected officials together under one roof, the Maison is poised to become a hub for both tackling the issues affecting Haiti's municipalities and supporting the efforts being made to coordinate and decentralize these municipalities.
  • International
News release
The Municipal Cooperation Project is a joint initiative of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), the Union des municipalités du Québec (UMQ) and the City of Montreal. The program's second phase will build on the achievements of the past three years, continuing to strengthen the institutional capacities of five Haitian territorial communities (the city of Port-au-Prince and the municipalities of Gressier, Léogâne, Grand-Goâve, and Petit-Goâve in the Palmes region), the national federations of local elected officials (FENAMH and FENACAH) and the Ministry of the Interior and Territorial Communities (MICT).
  • International
News release
Technical support for municipalities will lead to better delivery of services to citizens.
  • Economic development
  • International
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