Publications

At Papyrus we foster development by sharing experiences, best practices and great ideas.

 

This is where our team members share a good read, articles on business management, project management, and important lessons learned from their projects.  

18 JUN:

MAIS: COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE

AGERCA, le MARNDR et le Canada joignent leurs forces contre le COVID-19 :Sensibilisation et distribution de kits sanitaires dans les communes de Cayes,Torbeck et Camp-Perrin.

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE 

SPOTLIGHT AYITI

NEXUS

Konbit sends the message that strengthening local organizations is the only way to ensure self-reliance in the development sector. It is clear that Haiti's problems need local solutions and those solutions can only be implemented by strong local organizations.

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT KNFP

In general, donors in Haiti fund humanitarian projects and not organizational capacity building. However, thanks to Konbit, we have been able to increase our staff in our administrative and finance department and we are already witnessing significant improvement in its operations.

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT GECA

We had planned to put two cooperatives online with the innovative grant received from Konbit. Immediately, 50 more wanted to join and bebefit from this service and we were able to put an additional 25 online. This represents 350,000-400,000 potential new customers.”

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT SWITCH

We really valued the concept of Konbit's innovative grant. It didn't define a specific theme, therefore it really left room for innovative projects, but above all addressed specific problems within the Haitian context

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT GROUP CROISSANCE 

Thanks to the grant received from Konbit, we have clearly identified areas for improvement and how these have affected our performance. Today, we have the capacity to manage our activities more effectively and apply for larger and more complex opportunities.

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18 JUN:

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT FONDATION PARADIS DES INDIENS 

Our administration and accounting systems were relatively new, so the timing of Konbit’s assistance was very valuable. The project was particularly beneficial in the restructuring of our institution...

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT CEGEC

Capacity building received from Konbit has strengthened CEGEC’s internal systems and our confidence, which has led to improved services and greater customer satisfaction.

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT ANIMH

Konbit's support enabled ANIMH to hire a highly qualified consultant to draft its strategic plan, which marked a turning point in the history of the organization as it provided practical and realistic advice for its survival.

07 MAY: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT ANACAPH

Konbit's support will strengthen ANACAPH's legal and communication strategies. In addition, Konbit's support will help reinforce our fundraising capacity to better finance our vision of contributing to a Haitian society in which access to basic financial services is available to everyone. 

30 APR: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT IDEH

The support and capacity building that local organizations received through the Konbit project are an important contribution to the country. More civil society organizations are better structured and equipped to be sustainable and participate in Haiti's development.

30 APR: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT FONKOZE FOUNDATION

Konbit’s capacity development grants have allowed FONKOZE Foundation to be more efficient and better positioned in the communities in which we operate. This has also improved our visibility as a recognized and valuable partner for USAID and other donors

30 APR:

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT FONHDAD

Konbit's support has set FONHDAD on the right path to become a more effective institution. The Foundation is better positioned to implement its strategy for agricultural development.

30 APR: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT FHADIMAC

Konbit's capacity building grant has helped FHADIMAC to expand while strengthening its organizational capacity and resiliance. Additionally, Konbit has provided FHADIMAC and other institutions a much-needed space to share information, best practices and lessons learned.

30 APR: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT CFET

CFET is a consul􀆟ng firm that specializes in Human Resources development and management, project management and organiza􀆟onal development. CFET is results-oriented with a commitment to quality, adherence to strict ethical and compliance standards and con􀆟nuous improvement.

30 APR: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT: CEDEL HAITI

CEDEL HAITI is an entrepreneurship center established in Hai􀆟 since 2012. CEDEL’s vision is to transform Hai􀆟 into a more vibrant and prosperous country built on its inherently entrepreneurial spirit. To achieve this vision, CEDEL has a dynamic and results-oriented team...

30 APR: 

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT AGRITECH

Founded in 2007, AGRITECH is a private company that focuses on sustainable development primarily through the provision of agricultural services in rural Hai􀆟. Its mission is to build the capacity of small and produc􀆟ve agricultural networks that will strengthen the sector, increase produc􀆟vity and reduce poverty.

06 JUN: 

 HAITIAN WOMEN EMPOWERM-ENT

Konbit’s goal is to increase the number of local development partners influencing and achieving significant and sustainable development results in Haiti, who are accountable to their constituents and who are able to effectively compete for and manage resources.

14 SEP: 

SMASH MOBIL: BREWING A BETTER FUTURE 

In 2013, the Smallholder Alliance for Sorghum in Haiti (SMASH, implemented by Papyrus) was launched by BRANA, a Heineken company, to strengthen the sorghum value chain and spur socially inclusive growth in Haiti. In 2016, SMASH partnered with RTI International and Dimagi to develop SMASH Mobil...

25 MAR: 

HEINEKEN: “BREWING A BETTER FUTURE” IN HAITI

Local sourcing is at the heart of HEINEKEN’s “Brewing a Better Future” sustainability strategy. In Haiti, HEINEKEN has committed to purchase locally sourced sorghum, improving the lives of over 18,000 farmers under the SMASH project.

31 JUL: 

KONBIT: MAKING HAITIAN ORGANIZATIONS STRONGER

In Haiti, small and medium local businesses are vital to the economy. They account for over 80 percent of total employment, but often their growth is constrained because they...

29 MAY: 

KONBIT FUNDS HAITIAN ACTORS OF CHANGE

Haitian institutions are often seen as inactive or absent in key areas of Haiti’s growth. This is a misconception that ignores the many challenges this group faces. One of the most significant difficulties is that they are not structured to compete for and manage international funding...

13 MAR: 

KONBIT.HT: PUTTING HAITI ON THE DIGITAL MAP

In Haiti, local and foreign institutions working in the country suffer from a lack of access to information. Not only are data produced by the Haitian Government or other entities not published or accessible to a wider audience, but service providers are not...

24 AUG: 

SMASH: SPURRING ECONOMIC GROWTH 

Amid the struggles of Haiti’s economy, pockets of opportunity exist that, if used effectively, could improve the standard of living for thousands of people. Agribusiness is one sector that offers high potential for development. 

30 JUN: 

ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY STRENGTHENING FOR LOCALLY-LED DEVELOPMENT

Ayiti Nexus is a boutique development consulting firm established in 2012 that offers project management services in various sectors in Haiti. Since its creation, Ayiti Nexus’ managing consultants have understood the... 

28 MAR: 

THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT: THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN DRIVING NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN AGRICULTURE

Alice Nkunzimana, president of Papyrus, a development firm in Haiti, couldn’t believe her eyes. The entire team standing in front…

01 SEP: 

IDB BRINGS $2,4M TO

 SMASH 

Friday, in the Étoile du Nord in Carrefour Vincent (Drouillard), the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the Inter American Development Bank (IDB), and the National Brasserie d'Haiti SA (BRANA), have joined the sorghum farmers to celebrate the integration of the IDB to the ...

12 JAN: 

HAITI: OPEN FOR BUSINESS?

Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle visits Haiti to find out if it is the next emerging market. Five years after the country…

11 FEB: 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MODELS

Alice Nkunzimana, president of Papyrus, a development firm in Haiti, couldn’t believe her eyes. The entire team standing in front…

11 FEB: 

APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE APPROACHES

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11 FEB: 

ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT

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