Haiti – Politic : Towards the improvement of the management of water services in Haiti (Video)
The Water and Sanitation Project (WATSAN) of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID-Haiti) organized a three-day workshop with its partners and the drinking water services Centers Technique d’Exploitation (CTE) to share lessons and best practices learned.
This was an opportunity to help CTEs increase access to sustainable and reliable services to more people in Haiti and operate on a full cost recovery basis.
This workshop was an opportunity for stakeholders in the sector to reflect on how to improve the management of water and sanitation services in Haiti.
“Thanks to USAID, we are starting to get results. Now, it is up to us, with the technical assistance of USAID, to continue to improve the management and the strengthening of our CTEs to better serve the Haitian communities,” declared Jean-Robert, coordinator of the National Direction of Drinking Water and Sanitation (DINEPA).
Video on how the WATSAN project is helping CTEs become more efficient and self-reliant :