This overview highlights the achievements, end-of-project status and recommendations resulting from the execution of a goat production improvement project in Haiti between June 1984 and May 1987. The project was implemented jointly by the Haitian Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (MARNDR) and Winrock Inter national Institute for Agricultural Development as an expansion and extension of a previous 3-year effort that established the foundation goat herd and infrastructure necessary for initiating the improvement of the goat production sector. Financial support for the project was furnished by the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID/Haiti), MARNDR and Winrock International/Arkansas Area United Methodist Church in the amounts of $1.0, $0.18 and $0.38 million, respectively. contribution of AID/Haiti was in the form of a 3-year operational program grant (OPG) to Winrock International. The project’s background, organization and approach, principal components/activities and recommendations are abstracted in the following pages. The 10 sections accompanying this overview describe in detail all project activities.