CHISU works with Haiti's Ministry of Health to increase the availability and interoperability of quality health data information systems; strengthen governance and promote an enabling environment to support the country's health information system.
The program also helps increase the demand and use of health data and information to address health priorities, gaps and challenges.
Additionally, CHISU supports efforts around the HIV, tuberculosis and COVID-19 responses, collaborating in the ongoing COVAX implementation in Haiti.
Improving Haiti’s national health data dashboard to support their cholera response
After its first cholera outbreak from 2010 to 2019, Haiti was cholera-free for three years. However, another cholera outbreak began in October 2022—pushing Haiti’s Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) to reclassify cholera from being an “eliminated disease” to one under “active surveillance” in Haiti.  Read more ›
CHISU Results in Action: Optimizing Health System Resources in Haiti Through the Carte Sanitaire
Carte Sanitaire—a publicly available web tool for the geolocation of health institutions in Haiti—now provides key information to implementing the country’s Community Health Strategy thanks to CHISU support. Read more ›