The global scope of the Haiti response has brought together people from around the world to Haiti. Haitian Creole is the primary language in Haiti and is spoken by 12 million people (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_number_of_native_speakers). French is the other major language in Haiti which is the ninth most spoken language in the world. Responding agencies that need to interact with Haitians needs to speak either of these languages. French is already common language handled by translation software. The Haitian Creole language gap has lead to surge of translation software to convert from other languages to Haitian Creole. While this can be helpful, it is not complete solution unto itself.