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The multipurpose complex is located on land donated by the government of Haiti. It features two large indoor practice halls, an indoor competition hall with a spectator capacity of 2,500, and a number of outdoor courts and pitches. In all, 14 Olympic sports are practised at the Centre: football, rugby, athletics, volleyball, basketball, handball, tennis, judo, taekwondo, boxing, karate, badminton, table tennis and weightlifting.
Furthermore, the complex has three classrooms, offices, a fitness centre, a medical centre, changing room and a gazebo. The accommodation building, offering 144 beds and financed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), has become operational in spring 2016.
A medical centre is currently being set up in cooperation with the Red Cross Movement on land set aside for the Sport for Hope Centre. It will offer an emergency medical unit and ambulance base and will be operated by the American Red Cross and the Red Cross of Haiti.