74.4% of the urban population lives in slums in Haiti according to the Slum Almanac. Jalousie, one of Haiti’s largest slum communities of more than 80,000 inhabitants, is perched on a hill above one of Port-au-Prince’s most desired neighborhoods – Pétion-Ville. Mostly untouched by the devastation of the 2010 earthquake, Jalousie swelled afterwards with those displaced from elsewhere in the city. The colored houses were painted in 2013 at a cost of 1.4M US – many say the money was misspent and should have been spent on sanitation, water, electricity, schools or infrastructure. In Jalousie, 85% of families estimate that their income covers only part of, or none of, their needs.