The Ministry of Environment was created in November 1994 by the Haitian government to promote sustainable development and encourage the same time conserving the environment. The establishment of this web site is part of these efforts and aims to allow the widest possible dissemination of the actions undertaken by the Ministry to manage efficiently the environment in Haiti so severely degraded.
The Solvatten unit is a portable, household item which treats and heats 11 liters of water when exposed to sunshine for 2-6 hours. The unit does not require chemicals or any energy-source apart from the sun to deal effectively with bacteria, viruses and parasites. If maintained well, each Solvatten unit will provide a household with ready access to safe and warm water for at least five years.
As a politically and denominationally neutral association, HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation is supported by over 100,000 members and sponsors as well as 12 regional groups of volunteers. Over 1200 local and 60 international employees (mainly Swiss) are engaged in 30 partner countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. A total of 130 people work at the Bern and Zurich offices as well as at the branches in Lausanne and Balerna. They coordinate development projects, offer advisory services to governmental and non-governmental organisations and raise awareness concerning the problems faced by people in developing countries.
We are the GTZ – Partner for the Future. Worldwide. The GTZ's corporate culture is reflected in our corporate identity. This shapes the working style of all our staff.

Our vision: "We successfully promote international cooperation which contributes to sustainable development throughout the world. Our company is strengthening its position in the global market for international cooperation services."

Our mission: "We are a government-owned corporation with international operations. We implement commissions for the German federal government and other national and international, public and private-sector clients. We further political, economic, ecological and social development worldwide, and so improve people's living conditions. We provide services that support complex development and reform processes."
WINNER is a multidisciplinary program that, through the support of the American People, aims to improve the livelihoods of the rural populations of Haiti and to reduce the risks posed by environmental degradation in the catchment of Plaine du Cul-de-Sac and Gonaïves through agricultural intensification, rehabilitation of rural infrastructure, good governance of natural resources, collective awareness and public-private-peasant partnership
The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) is a non-profit organization registered in St. Lucia, St. Croix and Trinidad and Tobago, with its main office in Port of Spain, Trinidad. It has 501(c) (3) status in the United States and charitable status in Trinidad and Tobago.

To promote equitable participation and effective collaboration in managing the natural resources critical to development.
The services delivered by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH draw on a wealth of regional and technical expertise and tried and tested management know-how. As a federal enterprise, we support the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. We are also engaged in international education work around the globe.
Agency for Development and Innovation of Commercial Resources (ADRICOM) leverages the promise of avant-garde enterprises with the potential of emerging markets to bring high value to all relevant stakeholders. At the core of our success is built on firm and powerful alliance with our partners and customers. To that end, Adricom fosters collaboration with a select group of companies from diverse sectors with forward-thinking goals.
The Voilà Foundation is committed to utilizing its resources to work on projects that will rebuild human and economic resources in ways that are scalable, durable, and far-reaching. We will focus our efforts on three areas that combine our knowledgeof technology with Haiti's long-term needs: using information communications capabilities to stimulate economic growth; creating jobs through skills training and sponsoring entrepreneurs, and supporting education
  Location: Haiti
  Cause: Charcoal accounts for 70% of energy
Effect: Poverty is Directly Linked to Deforestation
  Charcoal accounts for 70% of energy in Haiti
Today only 1.4% of Haiti's land remains forested