The devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on 12 January 2010 killed over 200,000 people and left more than 1.5 million homeless. Two years later, more than half a million people still live in tents in relief camps and 50% of the rubble is yet to be removed. The earthquake exposed infrastructural weaknesses and institutional shortcomings. Haiti is struggling with reconstruction efforts that, according to the authors of this report, have been hampered by political paralysis and the lack of coordination in international aid. Yet from among the debris of Haiti’s decimated healthcare system is arising a renewed force capable of protecting the current and future health and wellbeing of people with diabetes.