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senate Bill S. 1104

Assessing Aid Dollars to Haiti

Argument in favor

Would provide better oversight, accountability, and transparency of Haitian aid funds.

Argument opposed

Spends a quarter-million a year for four years on reports to Congress.

bill Progress


  • EnactedAugust 8th, 2014
    The President signed this bill into law
  • The house Passed July 25th, 2014
    Passed by Voice Vote
  • The senate Passed July 10th, 2014
    Passed by Voice Vote
      senate Committees
      Committee on Foreign Relations
    IntroducedJune 6th, 2013

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Title

Assessing Progress in Haiti Act of 2014

Official Title

A bill to measure the progress of recovery and development efforts in Haiti following the earthquake of January 12, 2010, and for other purposes.

Summary

Assessing Progress in Haiti Act of 2014 - Expresses the sense of Congress that transparency, accountability, democracy, and good governance are integral factors in any congressional decision regarding U.S. assistance, including assistance to Haiti. Directs the Secretary of State to report to Congress annually through December 31, 2017, on the status of post-earthquake recovery and development efforts in Haiti. Directs the Secretary, through the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, to coordinate and transmit to Congress a three-year Haiti strategy that: (1) identifies constraints to economic growth and to consolidation of democratic government institutions; (2) includes an action plan that outlines policy tools, technical assistance, and resources for addressing the highest-priority constraints; and (3) identifies specific steps and benchmarks to provide direct bilateral assistance to the government of Haiti.

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