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A families trip to the mountains above Port Au Prince, Christmas 2010.

A families trip to the mountains above Port Au Prince, Christmas 2010.

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  • Photo Album
    Saint Rock Foundation
    December 2010
  • The Trip
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  • Up into the Mountains
  • Rural Life
  • The Medical Mission
  • An Orphanage in the Mountains
  • The Water Project
  • EducationSchools and Sponsorship
  • Microfinance
  • Friendship
  • Hope amidst tears…
    Haiti remains the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. It ranks 149th out of 179 countries in the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Human Development Index.
    Around 54 percent of the population lives on less than US$1 a day and 78 percent on less than US$2 (2001 data). The GNI per capita is US$660.
    High infant mortality (57 for every 1000 births). HIV in the 15-49 age bracket is 2.2 percent, the highest national rate outside Sub-Saharan Africa. Life expectancy stands at 61 years.
    Literacy is 35%.
    Government corruption is endemic. Haiti was ranked 146th out of 176 (the meta-data Corruptions Perceptions Index).
    The earthquake killed up to 230,000 people. Roughly 1.3 million people live in tents in or around Port Au Prince – close to 10% of Haiti’s population.