'Haiti's Lost Children' is a multimedia documentary that profiles influential figures involved in reforming Haiti's education system.
Sixty-five percent of Haiti's population is under the age of 25. After the 2010 earthquake, the obstacles to building a universal education system are higher than ever. Haiti stands alone in the Caribbean as a country with the highest rates of illiteracy and absolute poverty. The two statistics are closely linked: About half the country lives with under $1.25 USD a day and can't read or write.