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This case study discusses the journey of a network of organisations in Haiti that has aimed to strengthen local coordination, ownership and decision-making.

Drawing on the experience of RIHPED (Réseau Intégral Haïtien pour le Plaidoyer et l’Environnement Durable) gained since 2014, it outlines five key lessons that have been central to their growth.

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This article first appeared in edition 79 of Humanitarian Exchange, Humanitarian Practice Network’s publication, in May 2021.

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