The HAWG believes that consultation and coordination with domestic Haitian organizations and the Government of Haiti is critical to successful development, and advocates for systematic documentation of aid disbursement to ensure aid accountability and efficacy.
The HAWG calls on the United Nations to fund and implement the Cholera Elimination Plan.
Haiti is particularly vulnerable to the devastating impacts of climate change — including destructive hurricanes, droughts, coastal erosion, and rising sea levels– which jeopardize Haitians’ food security, infrastructure, and physical safety.
The HAWG advocates for fair and timely elections free from intimidation, violence, and voter fraud.
The HAWG works to protect and defend the social and economic rights of the most vulnerable in Haiti.