This chapter summarizes the practical characteristics of parenting in Haiti, the influence of dimensions such as history, politics, economics, education, and technology are discussed in relation to parenting practices. It highlights the ways that cultural elements such as beliefs, customs, perceptions, and values influence parenting practices of Haitians. Haiti was the first Black republic to become independent, in 1804, following an uprising of Black slaves after two centuries of fierce slavery at the hand of colonists from France and Spain, two major colonial powers of the time. The Haitian economy is characterized by a high rate of unemployment, a decline in purchasing power. Haiti is a country with a long colonial past of slavery, and it is proposed that the Haitian cultural scheme has integrated the abuse of the past, in both physiological and psychological ways. The influence of Haitian parenting on the behavior and future outcome of offspring is warranted.