Haitians Have a Solution to Haiti’s Crisis

A protester affected by tear gas fired by police splashes water on his face, during a protest in Haiti.
A protester affected by tear gas fired by police splashes water on his face, during a protest to demand that Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry step down, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Aug. 29, 2022 (AP photo by Odelyn Joseph).

Across Haiti, mass protests are erupting against insecurity and government impunity. But Prime Minister Ariel Henry seems more interested in protecting his power than in addressing Haiti’s crisis. Since 2021, however, Haitian civil society has been working to develop local solutions to the country’s problems.

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