When there is a lack of food, health is no longer a priority
Salinda and her family are among the hardest-hit by the food crisis in Haiti. Plan International is responding to their immediate needs.
Plan International began operating in Haiti in 1973 to address the biggest inequalities and violations of children’s rights.
In Haiti there are high rates of child marriage, teenage pregnancy, violence and child labour in addition to a lack of education. We are working in collaboration with the Haitian government to support children to realise their full potential and prevent the risks they are exposed to.
By focusing on the key issues faced by the most vulnerable children, especially girls in remote communities, we are working where we are needed most and can have the biggest impact.
Our current priorities include:
Haiti is among the hungriest places on earth with 22% of its children chronically malnourished.
Please support our response to the crisis.
Plan International Haiti,
7 impasse Borno,Rue Catalpa Delmas 75,
P.O Box 2193,