The situation of food insecurity in Haiti has worsened in recent months due to the convergence of multiple factors combined with structural causes that characterize the Haitian agriculture (land issues, lack of effective and maintained irrigation systems, erosion, etc.). Indeed, the effects of drought and rising prices of basic food products have particularly affected the poorest households. The latest estimates of the CNSA (National Coordination for Food Security) reported that about 3 million Haitians have difficulty in meeting their basic food needs.

Read more: