Since the devastating 2010 earthquake, the United States has provided much-needed assistance to Haiti. Over the past decade, the US has provided over $5.1 billion in aid to Haiti, with the majority of this money going towards post-disaster relief and longer-term recovery, reconstruction, and development programs.
The US government has been a major contributor to Haiti’s recovery, with the US Agency for International Development (USAID) leading the way. USAID has provided $3.3 billion in assistance to Haiti since the earthquake, with most of this money going toward food aid, health care, shelter, and infrastructure. USAID has also supported education, job creation, and economic development.
In addition to USAID, the US Department of State has provided over $1.6 billion in assistance to Haiti since the earthquake. This money has gone toward humanitarian assistance, economic recovery, and infrastructure development. The US Department of Defense has also provided over $100 million in assistance to Haiti, with much of this money going toward disaster relief and recovery.
The US government has also been assisting Haiti through the private sector. The US government has provided over $400 million in loans and grants to Haitian businesses and entrepreneurs to create jobs and stimulate economic growth.
The US government has provided over $5.1 billion in assistance to Haiti since the 2010 earthquake. This money has gone towards life-saving post-disaster relief, longer-term recovery, reconstruction, development programs, economic development, and job creation.
This assistance has been instrumental in helping Haiti recover from the devastating earthquake and rebuild its economy. As Haiti recovers and rebuilds, the US government will continue to provide assistance and support.