Multi-National Security Support Mission in Haiti

Haiti is riddled with socio-political and economic malaise. There is a lack of donor coordination and widespread frustration with the distribution of humanitarian resources. Kenya’s proposed Multi-National Security Support Mission (MSS), which aims to stabilise Haiti and de-escalate violence amongst the internally displaced, faces profound international and domestic opposition. Detractors of the MSS argue that Kenyan involvement is a mere invocation of Western imperialism.

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