Promote and institutionalize multidisciplinary research;
Contribute to the training and renewal of the country’s intellectual and professional cadre through the creation of multidisciplinary graduate and post-graduate programs;
Participate in the national effort to rebuild Haitian society and its public institutions through the production and publication of empirical data and scientific analyses capable of assisting national and international public and private institutions in the effective implementation of intervention and development policies;
Develop international research and training networks by consolidating and implementing academic collaborations and transnational exchange programs;
Curb the Haitian ‘brain drain’ by identifying and grouping the country’s currently scattered human resources and by providing a research and teaching environment capable of absorbing them;
Create and develop a high-level Scientific Library and a Documentation Center for centralizing and diffusing knowledge about the country;
Create a space for spreading information and knowledge and enabling collective reflection and public debate where all Haitians – irrespective of their social origin and level of education – will have equal access to information and the means of expression.