Our projects here focus on good nutrition, clean water and helping communities respond to natural disasters.
Haiti is highly vulnerable to natural disasters and a socio-political crisis has raged in the country since 2018.
Just after recovering from a decade of cholera epidemics, Haiti’s access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene remains a major concern.
The coronavirus pandemic has strained the already limited health system and government measures, including closing the borders, have led to a notable slowdown in the economy. Food prices have surged and many people, in particular women, have lost their income.
To make matters worse, a devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the country in August 2021, followed by Tropical Storm Grace. The deadly combination has killed more than 1,900, injured countless others and impacted an estimated 1.2 million people, almost half of whom are children