Julie Walz and Vijaya Ramachandran of the Center for Global Development identify ways to multiply the effect of US assistance to Haiti.
In this report from the Center for Global Development, Vijaya Ramachandran and Julie Walz highlight the need for more transparency and accountability regarding the aid inflows from the U.S.
In this report from the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Haiti is discussed.
This paper from Oxfam analyzes what is required to revitalize agriculture in Haiti.
This Center for Global Development paper discusses important aid issues in Haiti, as well as ways that accountability and effectiveness can be approved.
This paper examines the current trends in the literature of failed states, and attempts to highlight both the strengths and weaknesses of each in explaining the growing phenomena.
The Humanitarian Accountability Report (HAR) illustrates the principal trends and developments in relation to accountability in the humanitarian system.
Reconstruction Zones in Afghanistan and Haiti: A Way to Enhance Aid Effectiveness and Accountability
The record of countries coming out of war or chaos is dismal: roughly half of them fall back into crises, and, among the other half, most end up highly aid dependent. In this paper, the author develops a proposal for reconstruction zones as a way to jump-start the economies of conflict- and disaster-affected countries in a dynamic and inclusive way, by improving aid effectiveness and accountability.
This 2011 Monitoring Report synthesises main findings and recommendations from across these 13 countries, providing evidence from the ground of what works and what doesn't.