Research & Data
Through our Research and Documentation Center, HDI gathers data on a variety of social indicators across the country for nonprofits and philanthropists to be able to accurately measure the impact of their interventions, and we support research into designing effective government regulations and best practices in international development.
Sustainable Development Goals for equitable and sustainable change in Haiti
For inclusive and sustained growth to materialize in Haiti, donors and implementers must become more strategic. Often as funders and implementers we have segmented our strategy into separate sectors like education, health, human rights, and economic development. Yet, to truly make an impact on development and poverty an integrated and systems-based approach is needed for sustained change over time. Achieving universal education will entail providing accessible healthcare for healthy children, so they do not fall behind in school. It involves ensuring equal opportunity for women and girls, as well as increased incomes for families to be able to send their children to school. By coordinating our efforts and creating collaborative partnerships, we can build the foundation for sustainable and equitable development in Haiti.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals provide a platform for these critical conversations to take place. To meet the largest development challenges across sector, a collaborative approach is necessary to ensure sustainable and equitable growth and development in Haiti. Men Anpil, Chay Pa Lou! Many hands make the load light. The SDGs recognize that a successful sustainable development agenda requires inclusive multi-stakeholder partnerships between government, the private sector, philanthropy, and civil society. Therefore, it is imperative that we work in tandem to build a stronger, more resilient Haiti together.