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Monday, August 14, 2006 

A Tale of Human Security in Haiti (Part I)


The inflows of foreign aid in Haiti have started to impact upon the lives of HIV/AIDS patients in the country.

This is quite a significant outcome given a dire situation for a country which has been entangled between two dual approaches vis-à-vis development futures, and reforms through the casting of a peace-building agenda.

And in fact, when observing the latter in its ‘modus vivandi’, with the ever increasing attention devoted to the concept of state-building or nation-building, some interesting viewpoints can be raised vis-à-vis the institutional matrix behind such typology.

From all accounts, we have been witnessing the integration of a new paradigmatic choice for development that has to deal with un-chartered political waters and the harmonization of aid mechanisms in order to support the processes of community empowerment in the Haitian socio-economic and political landscape.

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