Plan National d’Investissement Agricole 2010-2016
The National Plan d'Investissement Agricole 2010-2016 is the investment plan for the agricultural sector in order to recover and develop Haiti after the earthquake of January 12, 2010.To do this, the Haitian Government establishes the following sub - sectors that need investment for Haiti's agricultural sector grow:
- Development of rural infrastructure
- Water basin management and forestry.
- Production and sector development
- Animal husbandry.
- Aquaculture and fisheries.
- Plant production.
- Access to agricultural inputs and tools.
- Rural credit.
- Post-harvest management and commercialization.
- Urban and peri-urban agriculture.
- Local production and humanitarian operations (local purchases).
- Agricultural services and institutional support
- Extension of field schools.
- Access to land and security of tenure.
- Institutional support for agricultural public services.
|Classification||Production conditions, Production, Post-production, Emergencies and natural resources|
|Date||2009 - 2015|
The Ministry should ensure coordination of the implementation of the plan and agricultural planning. It should also keep updated development programs and targeted projects; facilitate the mobilization of resources for identified programs; coordinate technical and financial support and the different actors involved in the agricultural sector; increase supply in agricultural infrastructure and basic services, encouraging the active participation of the private sector; ensure monitoring and evaluation of the agricultural sector.
MLAs, components and actions
Men and women in the agricultural sector, mainly farms and direct intermediaries. It also includes organizations of peasants, agricultural professional organizations, providers of contractual services, NGOs, centralized and decentralized structures of the Ministry of Agriculture and local authorities.
|Number of beneficiaries||
Around 530,000 families involved in the production and development of chains; approximately 3,000,000 people.