Haiti is the poorest country on the American continent and is marked by political instability, disastrous natural phenomena, large-scale deforestation and high juvenile unemployment. Although 70% of the population is active in agriculture, this economic sector receives hardly any investment. Besides, most of it is no more than subsistence farming with dwindling yields partially due to the highly unpredictable rainfall. Despite this difficult context, the population remains committed to booking progress. The situation, however, remains alarming as only 64% of the population has access to basic drinking water services and only 31% to basic sanitation. Ever since its founding in 1976, Protos has been active in Haiti where it is considered an invaluable interlocutor in debates and exchanges regarding national policy and integrated water resources management.