With the aim of contributing to effective, long-lasting implementation of rehabilitation services for disabled people in Haiti, HI is, through this project, promoting the use of ICTs for connecting rehabilitation and health professionals with the men, women, girls and boys who are the farthest away from those services. Access to and the offering of rehabilitation services, especially for individuals in an economic and social vulnerability situation, are strengthened through a pilot device for connected continuity of care, connected occupational training, technical assistance for the national health systems, and innovative solutions for funding rehabilitation services.
1) Rehabilitation professionals engage in quality practices with a gender-based approach across the project’s entire target territory. 2) Men, women, girls and boys are players in the health care system and have easy, equitable geographic and financial access to health and rehabilitation professionals within structured services. 3) The Ministries of Health (and other ministries involved) and decentralized institutions support the establishing of a recognized rehabilitation system with gender considerations. 4) A model for using ICT is implemented for strengthening access to rehabilitation/health services for men, women, girls and boys.