Project reference


Contract duration

 2018 - 2024






 Civil society, Communication & media, Governance, Institutional development

SBC-II:Component Communication -Visibility - Dialogue Haïti

Under the 11th EDF, the European Commission has adopted the State Building Contract (SBC-II) adapted to the context of fragility, with a view to contributing to the implementation of key reforms in three priority areas:
• the modernisation of the administration
• public finance reform and
• education
The SBC-II programme aims in particular to: a) support the strengthening of the governance of the Haitian state, through support for the State Reform Framework Programme (PCRE) and the modernisation of the civil service, b) improve the management of public finances, and in particular increase budgetary transparency and strengthen control and anti-corruption mechanisms, and c) target certain priority expenditures for the implementation of the national policy in the field of primary education.
The SBC-II programme is supported by this contract, and specifically by an awareness-raising and communication strategy to increase the visibility of the European Union's interventions in these areas and to strengthen the communication capacities of the actors involved in these reforms.
General objective:
Increase the visibility of the European Union's SBC-II budget support programme on the reforms undertaken by the Haitian State and ensure strong participation and involvement of the legislative power and civil society in the reform process.
Results to be achieved:
- Result 1: The Haitian population and the European public are informed about the European Union's interventions in Haiti and perceive significant changes.
- Result 2: Communication and awareness-raising activities are implemented by the government and focus on the state, public finance and education reforms of the SBC-II programme in Haiti.
- Result 3: Civil society and representatives of the legislative and executive branches of government are made aware of good governance issues. They are better informed, equipped and involved in monitoring and citizen control of public action, and are therefore able to better inform the population. Good governance takes a central place in the public debate and becomes a national concern.


 DAI Global Belgium