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Annexes a l’examen du PNUE de la proposition de projet Phoenix en Haïti
United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP has been requested by the Government of Haiti to conduct an independent review of the proposed Phoenix Waste to Energy project. The scope of this proposed project includes waste collection from Port au Prince and other cities, waste processing, recycling and disposal and incineration of the combustible wastes to generate electricity that would be sold to the Haitian national utility.


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Project documents, Reports and Books
UNEP Review of the Haiti Project Phoenix Municipal Waste Management and Waste to Energy Proposal - Final Report
United Nations Environment Programme

On 23 July 2012 the United Nations Environment Programme was requested by the Secretary of State for Energy for the Government of Haiti (now the Minister Delegate for Energy Security) to provide technical assistance to the Government in reviewing and, if appropriate, improving the proposed Phoenix private sector municipal waste management and waste-to-energy project. Subsequently from August 2012 to January 2014, UNEP undertook a multi-stage detailed and independent review of the proposed project. UNEP also worked and negotiated with the project developers on behalf of the government to improve the anticipated benefits, economic value and feasibility of the project. This document is the final report of the review.


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Integrated Baseline Study: Ten Communes of the Southwest Coast, South Department, Haiti 
United Nations Environment Programme

The Côte Sud Initiative’s Integrated Baseline Assessment is a multidisciplinary study that covers social and economic aspects of rural dwellers in Haiti. This report provides an integrated multi-sector analysis for ten communes in the southwest coast of the South Department of Haiti, designed to serve as a baseline for a larger ongoing monitoring platform. The purpose of the baseline study is to collect statistically significant evidence of the social and economic conditions of the population at the microscale (household) level. It will also provide evidence of the current state of the infrastructure and services offered, at the regional scale. The new data contained within this study is meant to inform decision makers, guide policymakers and support ongoing project design.


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Note d'identification de projet: Gestion concertée des ressources marines et côtières du Nord du Canal du Mozambique
Fonds Français pour l'Environnement Mondial
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