To be implemented over a minimum of two years, the Water Infrastructure and Education Program (WIEP) is purposed with providing access to potable water and education for water safety and water treatment to Haitians. The program is oriented towards providing water infrastructure that can withstand natural disasters, provides checks on the transitional government’s capacity to provide basic resources educations for the maintenance of sanitation services. This will reduce the effects of humanitarian crises, promote education in environmental issues, encourage transitional governance and promote economic development. The program will work in conjunction with the UNDP via NGOS for the provision, installation and maintenance of sustainable water, wastewater, and irrigation infrastructure. This work will be achieved through the Government of Canada’s partnership with the UNDP, Haiti’s transitional government and NGOs for reporting mechanisms and the provision of resources and education access.  WIEP Haiti Policy Brief