The Clinton Foundation is committed to Haiti’s long-term recovery and is proud to support Haiti’s education efforts. According to Haiti’s Ministry of Education, less than 75% of Haitian children are currently enrolled in school, due to a lack of government resources. In 2010, the Digicel Foundation in Haiti made a commitment to action through the Clinton Global Initiative to restore sound educational environments to 50 primary schools that were damaged or destroyed by the January 2010 earthquake. Initially, 15 transitional, modular schools were built and furnished in Port-au-Prince. Once the government of Haiti published school construction standards, The Digicel Foundation then continued to construct and furnish 35 permanent schools. As of December 14, 2011, the Digicel Foundation, along with its partners, has completed all 50 schools. In order to provide a safe and welcoming environment for students to learn, the Clinton Foundation is actively working with partners to help rebuild and repair schools — approximately 5,000 of which were damaged or destroyed in the earthquake.