Haiti continues to endure a cycle of disasters with extreme human and economic impacts. Meanwhile, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to place an enormous strain on Haiti’s beleaguered public health infrastructure, bringing into sharp focus the institutional deficiencies and inadequate capacities of its disaster risk management agencies and further aggravating the country’s social and economic vulnerabilities. Efforts to strengthen disaster risk management at multiple levels of Haiti’s policy and decision-making gained even more relevance after repeated disaster events.