Country: Haiti

@EnvironnementHT ; ‏@MPCEHa ‏

  • Member since: 2015

National Focal Points

Mr. Edmond Vovener de Verlands

Focal Point Vulnerability and Adaptation

Climate Change Directorate, Ministry of Environment

Mr. Moïse Jean-Pierre

UNFCCC National Focal Point, Ministry of Environment

Ministère de l'Environnement


National Climate Change Actions

Summarized Information derived from Nationally determined contributions (NDCs) submitted by parties

Emissions mitigation: Reduce GHG emissions by 5% (in relation to GHG emissions BAU levels (2000)) by 2030 unconditionally and reduce GHG emissions by 26% (in relation to GHG emissions BAU levels (2010)) by 2030 conditional to external support in sectors of energy, agriculture, forestry, land use and waste. Adaptation: Priority actions: 1) Integrated management of water resources and watersheds; 2) Integrated management of coastal zones and the rehabilitation of infrastructures; 3) Preservation and the strengthening of food security; 4) Information, education and sensitization.

Population (2015)

10.7 million

United Nations Population Division

GNI per capita (2016)


World Bank

Emissions per capita (2014)

0.865 tons

Climate Analytics

Climate Vulnerability Level


Climate Vulnerability Level

Climate/Disaster Displacement

180 thousand displaced by climate related disasters (2016) / 2.3 million displaced by earthquake (2010) / Part of the 20 countries worst affected by displacement between 2008-2014. / Haiti has had the highest levels of displacement among Small island developing states (SIDS) between 2008 and 2014 in both relative and absolute terms, caused by earthquakes, floods and storms.


Mortality attributable to joint effects of household and ambient air pollution (2015)

12,326.4 (115.2 per 100 000)

World Health Organization

Climate change attributable deaths (2015) (Data by region 2004)


World Health Organization

Climate change attributable deaths for children under 5 (2015) (Data by region 2004)


World Health Organization

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