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Haiti January 12 Earthquake. World Bank Group Response. OUTLINE. Early Response & Key Initial Actions Haiti Emergency Earthquake Project New Trust Fund Activities Portfolio Restructuring Moving Forward. Mission Statement. Establish contact and support the GoH in any way possible - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Haiti January 12 Earthquake

Haiti January 12 EarthquakeWorld Bank Group Response

OUTLINEEarly Response & Key Initial ActionsHaiti Emergency Earthquake ProjectNew Trust Fund ActivitiesPortfolio RestructuringMoving Forward

Cross-sectoral Bank team on the ground 5 days after quakeEstablish contact and support the GoH in any way possibleEstablish contact and conduct rapid capacity and needs assessment of PIUs and key ministriesMobilize of resources from existing projects to respond to emergency (CDD, EFA, ERDMP)Assess broader needs and prioritize immediate interventions

Mission StatementA NUMBER OF EARLY RESPONSE AND KEY ACTIONS WERE TAKEN DURING THE FIRST WEEKS Ministry of Education - Mobilization of school feeding programs (EFA) organized by the Ministry of Education (30,000 meals per day); BMPAD - Reorganization and mobilization of the PRODEP network of more than 1,000 community based organizations for small grant.DPC - Installation of Civil Protection in temporary offices with back-up supportMEF Check control systems before transferring $12.5m in budget support and $7.75m from CCRIF : payment was made by Jan. 25 and was the first major disbursement received by GoH following EQRetrieval and reinstallation of the salary & pension payment system with staff from Economy and Finance; MTPTC - Assessment of key infrastructure and prioritization of immediate interventions; installation of new offices and strengthening of the information system of Civil Protection;

PROJECT PREPARATION ADVANCE : FIFTEEN MILLION USD PROCESSED IN TWO WEEKSProcurement of 50,000 lanterns 12, 000 already distributedNutrition and health services to affected population (through WFP & PAHO)Support to affected populationsRehabilitation and assessment of infrastructureSupport to governmentDetailed transportation infrastructure damage assessment (SNC Lavlin)Cleaning of critical drainage canals and emergency road rehabilitation (UNOPS)Temporary offices procured for the Ministry of Finance and Crisis SecretrariatTechnical assistance to the Inter-ministerial Committee on Land Use Planning (CIAT)

Early Response & key initial actionsHaiti Emergency Earthquake ProjectNew Trust Fund ActivitiesPortfolio RestructuringMoving Forward

OUTLINEHAITI EMERGENCY EARTHQUAKE PROJECT Negotiations completed on February 19 Full Board presentation on March 18$65 million in total

Reinstate basic operational functions of GoHRehabilitate/rebuild select damaged infrastructure Support GoHs crisis governance framework & mid/long term recovery & reconstruction planning$15m Project Preparation Advance (OP/BP8.0)Under implementation by the SD, HD & PREM teams

OUTLINEEarly Response & key initial actionsHaiti Emergency Earthquake ProjectNew Trust Fund ActivitiesPortfolio RestructuringMoving Forward

NEW TRUST FUND RESOURCES MOBILIZED SINCE JANUARY 12

Post-Disaster Needs Assessment:Comprehensive assessment of the impact to provide guidance for recovery & reconstruction ($0.4 million)Building Structural Assessment:Working with Ministry of Public Works (MTPTC) to establish a Technical Unit for Building Assessments and Construction Norms ($1.3 million)Multi-Hazard Assessment:Rapid multi-hazard assessment of the affected areas, accounting for seismic, geotechnics and hydro-met hazards & urban risks ($1.0 million)Crisis Secreatariat:Crisis Secretariat designed to (i) Gather & synthesize information (i) Support PM and President during crisis, (iii) Help arbitrate decisions.Vulnerability Reduction TA:TA to the Ministry of Planning (MPCE) in establishment of national framework for vulnerability reduction ($1.9 million).Martissant Livelihood Recovery:Tied into existing CDD project, providing transitional housing, community infrastructure and facilitating community level reconstruction ($5 million).

OUTLINEEarly Response & key initial actionsHaiti Emergency Earthquake ProjectNew Trust Fund ActivitiesPortfolio RestructuringMoving Forward

THE WAY FORWARD: FROM RESPONSE TO RECONSTRUCTIONPost Disaster Needs AssessmentBig questions:

Political/Legal Framework Decentralization Rebuilding the state Multidonor Trust Fund Reconstruction Agency

Santo Domingo Technical Conference March 17Reconstruction StrategyNew York Donor Conference March 31Re-foundation of Haiti