Don't know, don't care. Keep in mind this is Haiti we are talking about. That is a place with ZERO chance of getting better.
Now if they build walls , fortresses, around their developments and bring everything in from outside and produce all of the power, water and other infrastructure they need and then somehow educate a workforce with no education at all,, well. never mind, I give up, it just isn't possible to make anything work there.
1) Haiti is a complete failed State. No fix for 20 + yearsAgreed. Most of the Haitians I have met, which is dozens at least, have been relatively well educated. Far better than the average Dominican, and they've mostly spoken 3 or 4 languages. Creole (sp), English, Spanish and French. ALL of them spoke 3. They've been industrious, hard-working, entrepreneurial, and willing to do whatever it took to succeed.
It's grossly unfair to brush "Haitians" with the same brush and look at them in a negative light.
2) As far as education, you clearly made that up as very few Haitians speak French.