The University uses its academic experiences and wide-ranging research to respond to challenges on all levels of Haitian society and beyond, through its services.
Based on three principles that provide mutual support for each other, teaching, research and services to society, the service charter of the FNUIPH is to grow and nourish technology innovation and intellectual heritage with research activities.
Humanist values must play a leading role in sustainable and equitable development for the code of ethics. To achieve this, the FNUIPH must serve as a catalyst for change through its research and teaching tracks in the fields of innovation and sustainability.
It must also stimulate technological innovation in universities, higher education institutes, professional associations and at conferences for the purpose of proposing alternatives that will enable them to benefit from research excellence, incorporating cultural values that are essential to retaining continuity in change.
Thanks to the commitment of all its International caucuses and the entities therein, the FNUIPH offers different types of services to produce the expected results in society by encouraging interactions with other missions.
It invites all socio-professional sectors of higher education to benefit from its services, which add value to society by integrating it into all its academic and para-academic tracks related to services both within and outside of the institution.
In its various remits, the caucus for service to society shows its desire to boost development by:
These come into play immediately in its research, providing specific expertise depending on the subject being handled. By implementing a set of multidisciplinary actions linking the university and society through its caucuses, it draws, in particular:
The most advanced technology must go hand in hand with higher education in this country as it does elsewhere. Through its inclusion in all teaching functions, it must enhance the quality of training in education and research while fitting within the framework of a comprehensive policy to tackle financing issues. It must be able to improve universal access, to avoid inequalities due to the widespread decline from secondary education to higher education.