Haiti | Humanitarian Response Plan 2021

Haiti | Humanitarian Response Plan 2021


to assist

675 000 people

FAO requires

USD 45 million


January–December 2021


















Civil unrest and economic instability in Haiti combined with recurring shocks linked to natural disasters (droughts, earthquakes, floods and hurricanes) and the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic have led to increased food insecurity and other humanitarian needs throughout the country. Livelihoods are rural populations’ best defense against hunger and malnutrition. Protecting them means enabling crisis-affected populations to quickly start producing their own food and generating income.