Section: Aid & Development
According to PM Lamothe, Haiti's poorest citizens will have direct access to the country's highest authorities.
Haiti has received the acknowledgement by several international health institutions for eliminating polio, measles and rubella as a result of relentless efforts by the Caribbean country's authorities and partners to fight these diseases which continue to be a great source of concern for many countries around the world, including in Europe.
Haiti's Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe said on Wednesday his government, under the leadership of President Michel Martelly, is implementing the largest and most structured social assistance program the impoverished Caribbean country has ever known, with millions of dollars spent to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable.
The Haitian Prime Minister announced on Monday that his government has launched concrete efforts to rebuild the country, devastated by a deadly 7.0-magnitude earthquake 3 years ago, despite the failure by key international donors to honor their pledges toward the Caribbean country.