The response strategy and programme focuses on seven key sectors: Child Protection, Education; Health, Nutrition, Protection, Shelter and WASH
Children are particularly vulnerable following the hurricane and facing higher protection risks.
We are proud to share some results about our humanitarian response after Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. We reached 86,454 persons including 45,776 children.
Up to 130,000 vulnerable children nationwide are estimated to be out of school following the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Matthew.
We have recently launched a 3 year urban sanitation projects in Jacmel, southern Haiti, that is financed by the European Commission.
The Jacmel Field Office will join our Lekti se Lavni/Lire c’est L’avenir program, an innovative Creole and French literacy program that is founded on the principle that children are able to develop reading skills more easily and quickly in their native language.
The Reading is the Future program builds key literacy skills and the basics of the language.