The lock-down has been officially lifted by the Haitian government. The “new normal” life in Haiti is wearing of masks and social distancing.  More stringent cleanliness and hand washing habits are top of mind, as well. The marketplaces and all shopping are back to normal hours, allowing people the ability to buy, sell, trade and barter […]


26,261 Meals Thanks to your generosity, CIDM has been able to respond to the food crisis caused by COVID-19.  Your donations have provided 26,261 meals to the most vulnerable. $1 provides 3 Haitians with a meal. Help us provide more meals by donating Online Here or by Check Here. COVID-19 has caused severe food inaccessibility and rapid rising inflation in Haiti. […]

COVID-19 In Haiti Update #4

He Practices What He Preaches COVID-19 CONTINUES IN HAITI with more cases of infection daily.  To date there are over 1,000 known cases and 30 known Covid related deaths.  People are fearful and in need.  A country-wide lock down has caused lack of activity at the essential marketplaces. Along with this challenge, an abnormal inflation rate […]

COVID-19 In Haiti Update #3

19,696 MEALS Covid-19 continues in Haiti with a country-wide lock down affecting the essential marketplaces, now with limited days and hours of operation.  Most Haitians rely on the marketplace to sell, buy, trade and barter, providing their food for the day.  Because of this and an abnormal inflation rate that has escalated the cost of […]

COVID-19 In Haiti Update #2

How Is COVID-19 Affecting Haiti? As we all pray, watch and wait during this Covid-19 pandemic, Haiti now has 40 confirmed cases and 3 deaths nationwide. Due to the lack of testing available in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, we realize these numbers may be much higher, but this is what’s available. However, […]