With GNI per capita of US$820 (World Bank: 2015), Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere. The country faces many development issues such as a lack of basic social services, due to long-term political instability and frequent natural disasters. In January 2010, an earthquake of magnitude 7.0 struck the country at the heart of its capital and some neighboring cities. The earthquake killed about 310,000 people, and resulted in severe damages equivalent to US$7.8 billion of loss, that is 1.2 times the country's GDP (2009).
Since the outbreak of the earthquake, Haiti has been working on the reconstruction of the country with the assistance of the international community.. From the perspective of human security, JICA supports the establishment of basic social services in Haiti, with focus on the improvement of health and sanitation conditions and the promotion of education. Considering the importance of food security, JICA also assists the in the agricultural sector.
|May 12, 2021||Conférence en ligne de la JICA Chaire en Haïti|
|May 12, 2021||Newsletter (French)|
|March 31, 2021||Journée de sensibilisation contre la propagation du « Corona Virus » en Haïti (French)|
|March 30, 2021||Cérémonie de l'inauguration du « projet de Construction d'Écoles Fondamentales des Départements du Centre et de l'Artibonite en République d'Haïti grâce à la Coopération Financière Non-Remboursable du Japon » (French)|
|March 17, 2021||Newsletter (French)|
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