In Haiti, rape wasn’t considered a crime until 2005. Before the 2005 law, Haitian judges offered rape victims monetary compensation or marriage to the rapist as restitution. There hasn’t been one prosecution for rape since the 2010 earthquake.
In the 208th year of free society, Haitian babies are not safe from rapists in world’s oldest black republic:
“Villard-Appolon said many single women had to leave their children with strangers in order to search for food, water or work. In some cases, the children were raped. The youngest victim, she says, was a 17-month-old. “I spent six months witnessing it,” she said. “Babies are not spared; adults are not.”
Note: It is probably significant that over 50 percent of Haitians are descended from Congolese slaves. We have already seen how the Democratic Republic of Congo is suffering from the world’s greatest rape crisis.