Foundation for International Development Assistance/Productive Cooperatives Haiti: Increasing Organizational Capacity
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AWARD WINNING CASE - Best Case Award, 2013 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) Conference. Since the 2010 earthquake, the executive director of the Foundation for International Development Assistance (FIDA) had been managing exploding demand for economic development from Haitians, the international development community and from individual Canadians. While there was a lot of money available for earthquake relief and micro-finance, far less was available for sustainable long-term economic development. FIDA needed an additional $2 million over the next three years to support projects that had been approved by both FIDA and its Haitian partner, productive cooperatives Haiti (pcH). FIDA needed to find investors who understood and supported the unique vision, principles and methods of FIDA/pcH.
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Canada; Haiti, Small, 2012
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