Today, there is an acute shortage of key infrastructure to support Haiti’s systems for education, healthcare, hygiene and sanitation, economic development, and disaster preparedness. There are many Haiti infrastructure problems that Hope for Haiti seeks to address.
More than 50% of all classrooms in Haiti are not suitable for learning, and sufficient healthcare facilities have been a significant roadblock to improving poor healthcare services in Haiti for generations.
Underdeveloped and inadequate sanitation facilities such as latrines and hand washing stations also pose a threat to the Haitian people. Frequent natural disasters and a lack of coordinated disaster response have exacerbated these problems, which affect both rural and urban communities in Haiti.