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  • Established a field office and implemented a programme to procure food, water, shelter and medical supplies in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, assisting 380,000 survivors
  • Procured goods to a value of USD23 mil for several ministries and public entities including Electricité d’Haiti, Ministère de l’Education and Ministère de la Justice. 
  • Supported the strengthening and capacity building of the Haitian Ministry of Health, focusing on assessments of population health needs.   

Having been active across the Caribbean for almost two centuries, we have responded to major natural disasters and health emergencies and introduced systems and processes to boost economic growth, retaining our understanding of local customs and procedures. During major hurricanes including Irma, Jose, and Maria in 2017, Crown Agents’ operational team mobilised over 800 tons of aid via air and sea freight, with cargo including 3,000 shelter kits, medical supplies and 5,000 solar lanterns. 

Within LATAC, we have supplied procurement services across 28 countries, and for Clients such as the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) we provided end-to-end supply chain operations for PPE during COVID-19. 

At present, we support a World Bank/Canada funded Caribbean Resilience Facility Programme to create a self-sustaining pooled procurement mechanism extending beyond pharmaceuticals and to the wider CARICOM region.