The Resident Coordinator Office

The Integrated Office of the Deputy Special Representative, Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator is the operational structure that supports the functions of the coordinator and coordination between the United Nations Country Team and BINUH, as well as support to the Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation  The UN Country Team under the leadership of the Resident Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the work of the Team and promoting the division of labor according to the mandates of each agency. The Office of the Resident Coordinator is the main support structure for the activities of the Resident Coordinator and the Country Team, in order to strengthen the joint activities of the United Nations System in Haiti.

The Resident Coordinator/ DSRSG/HC in Haiti

Mr. Bruno Lemarquis, who joined the United Nations in 1992, brings to his new post extensive management and leadership experience in development, humanitarian affairs and peacebuilding.

Mr. Lemarquis was until now Deputy Assistant Administrator and Deputy Director of the Crisis Management Office of the Global Policy Network at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), after having been from 2014 to 2018, Deputy Director of the Response Group to crises.

From 2009 to 2014, he held various positions in the Crisis Management Bureau and the UNDP Regional Office for Arab States, from 2002 to 2006. Mr. Lemarquis has extensive experience in field missions. He has worked in Haiti, Somalia, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Cambodia and Ethiopia. The new Deputy Special Representative holds an engineering degree in tropical agronomy from the National Center for the Study of Hot Regions in Montpellier, France. He is fluent in English and French and has a good knowledge of Haitian Creole.

The Resident Coordinator Office

Bruno Lemarquis

Bruno Lemarquis

Représentant special adjoint du Secrétaire Général Coordonnateur résident Coordonnateur humanitaire