19 April 2024

Where we work

UNICEF serves the most vulnerable in Haiti, Map of Haiti with UNICEF office locations UNICEF operates throughout the country, with offices in several districts. The 2017-2021 country programme of UNICEF Haiti will target the most excluded and disadvantaged children to ensure their survival, development, participation, and protection. To this end, UNICEF will focus on programmatic and…, UNICEF Haiti is tackling climate change, In every crisis, children are the most vulnerable. Climate change is no exception. In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti and disrupted the lives of more than two million people. More than 716 schools and many other health and sanitation facilities were damaged. 1.4 million people in Haiti, including 600,000 children, needed humanitarian aid…, The second decade of life, In 2019, Haiti had a population of more than 11 million (World Population Review estimate). Haiti is a very young country, with more than half of its population (around 54 per cent) being under 25, and almost 31 per cent aged between 10 and 24. UNICEF is focusing on the second decade of life, on young people aged between 10 and 19, in order to…, Young people as agents of change, Because of their dynamism, adolescents and young people are a major asset to lead a profound transformation within their communities, particularly for the adoption of good practices (health, nutrition, education, vaccinations, sanitation, etc.).  They will be able to involve other young people (through peer education) and turn them into agents of…