Our Consortium Partners

  • MatCH

Our Supporting Partners

  • NHLS (Wits Pathology)
  • HE2RO

Population

  • 10,8 Million

GDP in 2016

  • $8.023 Billion USD

HIV Statistics

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Number of people living with HIV (all ages)
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Deaths due to AIDS (all ages)
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Number of orphans due to AIDS (0 – 17)
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Estimated antiretroviral treatment coverage (adults ages 15+)
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Estimated percentage of pregnant women living with HIV who receive antiretroviral medications for PMTCT

More about the work we do in Haiti

In hard to reach community areas, EQUIP brings various innovative testing strategies including extended service periods, differentiated models of ART delivery with a focus on multi-month scripting and dispensing at facility and community level.

About Haiti

Haiti reports some of the world’s worst health indicators, which continue to inhibit the country’s development. While Haiti has struggled with poor health outcomes for generations, the health system was further debilitated by the 2010 earthquake, which demolished 50 health centers, part of Haiti’s primary teaching hospital, and the Ministry of Health. Only a few months later, Haiti’s health care network was further strained by the country’s first cholera outbreak in a century. In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, significant challenges remain to increase access to and utilization of improved water and sanitation services that are key to improving health and well-being. While challenges remain, key advancements in health services, investments in the agriculture sector, municipal governance and legal protections for vulnerable populations as well as investments in infrastructure amount to real improvements.

Haiti in the news

A closer look at Capacity Building

October 18th, 2017|Comments Off on A closer look at Capacity Building

Capacity Building, a core EQUIP  service offered as a rapid response support mechanism to Ministries of Health and in-country local implementing partners, strengthens the human and institutional capacity. It also works to strengthen the linkages [...]

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Rebuilding Haiti’s health care

September 14th, 2017|Comments Off on Rebuilding Haiti’s health care

Haiti reports some of the world’s worst health indicators, which continue to inhibit the country’s development. While Haiti has struggled with poor health outcomes for generations, the health system was further debilitated by the 2010 [...]

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About Haiti

September 14th, 2017|Comments Off on About Haiti

Seven years after the magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, the country remains vulnerable to natural disasters. On October 4th 2016, the Caribbean island was hit by Category 4 Hurricane Matthew, which was the most devastating [...]