Pro-Poor Growth; Economic Stabilization; Peace & Peacekeeping; Post Conflict Reconstruction; Crime and Society
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Summary: This Country Social Analysis examines Haiti's conflict-poverty trap from the perspective of the triangle of factors that have been identified as its main components: (a) demographic and socioeconomic factors at the individual and household levels; (b) the state's institutional capacity to provide public goods and manage social risks; and (c) the agendas and strategies of political actors. This report's three main chapters explore the nature of these components. The closing chapter considers the linkages among them.
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