INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS

European Union:
In 2016, OCAPH won through a bidding process a small grant of $75,000 Euro to launch a citizen raising their voices and advocating for better public services in belladeres, Ouanaminthe and Malpasse located at the border area between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

Oxfam:
iIn 2015 OCAPH received $50,000 from Oxfam Haiti to launch the first citizens crowdsourcing effort in Haiti to monitor election violences during the 2015 elections. Oxfam is collaborating with OCAPH on launching the citizens Parliamentarian initiative.

Christian Blind Ministries (CBM):
In 2015 OCAPH received a small grant of $40,000 from CBM to conduct a crowdsourcing that targeted and monitored the participation of Handicap community in the 2015 elections.

Institute For Democracy and Electoral Assistance:
In 2015, IDEA sponsored OCAPH first national citizen poll using cell phone technology to identified people top priority they would like to discuss with local and Presidential Candidates.

MINUSTHA:
In 2011, OCAPH received a grant of 45,000 from the Office of Human rights of MINUSTHA to elaborate a Citizen’s Guide on Budget Process. Through this grant, OCAPH has built a national network of local partners interested in public budget and expenditures.


DOMESTIC PARTNERS

Mouvement des Organisations pour une Orientation Nouvelle d’Haiti (MOONH):
Coordinates the actions and visions of different social organizations with the same objectives and philosophies.

Platform of Haitian Human Rights Organizations (POHDH):
A coalition of Haiti’s nine foremost human rights bodies, POHDH trains people at the grassroots level around the country to work within their communities on human rights.

Organisation Haïtienne Cadre Development Social Economic (CONHSEDE):
A nonprofit organization with a mission to help the vulnerable populations of Haiti with social and economic empowerment.

Mouvman Famn Aktiv Kafou (MOFKA):
A women’s association that works to encourage social integration.

Coalition Haïtienne Pour l’AIV (COHAIV):
A nonprofit organization with a mission to promote sustainable development in Haiti, COHAIV employs young Haitians as agents of development and change.

Coalition Pour Humanizer les Actions aux Lodgments (CHAL):
CHAL is working to form a new housing cooperative in Delmas to encourage the development of a new Haiti.