Claude Clodomir, Fils

Chief of Party, USAID HOME

Country Director, WOCCU HAITI

Claude Clodomir is a project management professional who has been managing multi-million dollar, USAID-funded programming in Haiti for the past 9 years. He is currently directing $7 million of USAID funding in affordable housing investments as the Chief of Party of the Haiti Home Ownership and Mortgage Expansion Program (HOME), which is implemented by World Council of Credit Unions. HOME is a housing finance facility that provides performance-based incentives to private sector actors, such as construction firms and financial institutions, to engage in affordable and market-driven housing developments in Haiti. Prior to HOME, Claude served as the Chief of Party of the Haiti Integrated Finance for Value Chains and Enterprises (HIFIVE) project, a USAID-funded financial sector service project, and the Haiti Mobile Money Initiative (HMMI), a USAID and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation project that is credited with bringing mobile financial services to Haiti.

Prior to implementing USAID projects in Haiti, Claude implemented programs funded by the U.S State Department’s Middle East Partnership Initiative to foster US-Arab relations. During that time, he traveled throughout the Middle East and North Africa region, including Bahrain and Morocco where he was based.

Claude holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management. As of December 2017, he will also hold an Executive Masters of Public Administration degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

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