Haiti

Haiti has lived through a history of instability. After a massive earthquake hit Haiti in 2010—one that decimated over 300,000 people—it became the poorest country in the West.

Haiti

About Haiti

Haiti has lived through a history of instability. After a massive earthquake hit Haiti in 2010—one that decimated over 300,000 people—it became the poorest country in the West. In the wake of that event, 1.5 million people were left homeless. Of those that do have shelter, 75% lack running water. These unsanitary living conditions contribute to the high rate of disease. Haiti’s education system was setback as well. Resources were, understandably, moved toward those needs necessary for survival.

11.1

Million people

54%

Live in extreme
poverty

42%

Lack access to clean
water

72%

Lack access to basic
sanitation

62%

Lack basic literacy

59%

Lack employment

65

Year life expectancy

Jeremie, Grand'Anse
Leadership Development
Jeremie, Grand'Anse
Church Support
Anse Rouge, Artibonite
MACOL Development Project
Pignon, Nord
Education
Jeremie, Grand'Anse
Community Development
Anse Rouge, Artibonite
Lemuel School Operations
Anse Rouge, Artibonite
School Construction
Grand-Goave, Ouest
House Construction / Repair
Anse Rouge, Artibonite
Cistern and Water Project
Pignon, Nord
Nutritional Center
Pignon, Nord
House Construction
Pignon, Nord
Village de Cana
Mirebalais, Centre
School Construction
Grand-Goave, Ouest
Medical Clinics
Mirebalais, Centre
School Sponsorship Program
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School Construction

School Construction

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Grand Diable
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Anse Rouge, Artibonite
Grand Diable
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