The First debate on Saturday, September 18th at 9 AM local time. "Nou pap vote moun men nap vote pwogram” - “We are not voting for a person, but a program” Haitian Conference on the impact of the aid
Haiti has made little progress in rebuilding in the five months since its earthquake, because of an absence of leadership, disagreements among donors and general disorganization, a U.S. Senate report says.
Who We Are The purpose of the Haiti aid Watchdog Group is to independently assess the impact of the humanitarian and recovery efforts in Haiti, facilitate communication among partners, encourage dialogue between the international community, the government and the Haitian civil society in order for the citizens of Haiti to be informed and play an active role in this initiative. The organization is mainly interested on health services, food distribution, and vulnerable groups.
First Round Presidential Debates sponsored by HAW
On Saturday, September 18, 2010, the Haiti Aid Watchdog (HAW) held Haiti’s first 2010 Presidential Debate. With only 2 months left before the country’s next presidential elections, and no campaigns allowed until the end of September, the organization has taken the lead in organizing a series of debates aimed at informing the Haitian people on their candidates’ agendas and planned programs. Read the Report
The Citizen Monitoring Blitz InitiativesThe goal of the Citizen Monitoring Blitz initiative is to monitor relief activities on behalf of the people of Haiti. Citizen participation is the milestone of our initiative and we want to ensure that young men and women between the ages of 18 to 30 years old are actively participating in the recovery effort; encourage civic education; create jobs for this segment of the population. Learn More!
Read a report on our accomplishments this year.