According to the bank, the development objective of Fiscal and Social Resilience Development Policy Financing Project for Haiti is designed around two strategic pillars: (1) strengthen fiscal management; and (2) enhance the efficiency of social spending. This operation is part of an international effort to help stabilize the macro-fiscal situation and preserve social stability following the social unrest resulting from the failed fuel price reform. The operation will support the government’s efforts to increase revenue mobilization and enhance its capacity to protect poor and vulnerable households. The design of the operation is informed by experience gleaned from previous development policy operations in Haiti, particularly the Economic Reconstruction and Growth Development Policy Grant (ERGDPG). The operation is directly linked to objectives set forth in the Haiti Country Partnership Framework (CPF)
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