A lotto stall sits alongside Route Nationale 6 in Haiti. Lotto stalls are a familiar sight in Haiti where formal financial institutions such as banks are generally scarce.
With few formal financial institutions available, accumulating cash to invest in an enterprise, home, or education becomes a difficult task in Haiti. To address the need for cash, many Haitians turn to the lotto stalls for the chance to win a transformational lump sum. Lotto stalls present the poor with the possibility of earning 10, 20 or 50 times their wager to convert insignificant amounts of money into meaningful capital. Many Haitians overlook steady losses of playing the lotto since that same system in fact generates cash.
An estimated 35,000+ lottery stalls exist across Haiti.
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