Our purpose is to partner with, support, and invest in Haiti’s smallholder farming and artisanal fishing communities because they are the key to ending the country’s persistent poverty, hunger, and malnutrition.
Currently, food insecurity is on the rise. According to USAID, 4.5 million Haitians suffer from hunger or extreme hunger – that is nearly half of the total population. Providing food emergency distributions is a perennial palliative, but not a long-term sustainable solution.
A sustainable solution is to help farmers, fishermen, and women who work in the food supply chain by providing them with the support they need to do what they do best – produce healthy food, but in bigger quantities.
Imagine, if we could help 60% of Haitians who are food producers to grow or catch significantly more food to feed at least their communities, and in the process lift themselves and those around them out of poverty, then Haiti would cease to be the poorest country in this hemisphere.
Join the movement to eradicate hunger and poverty in Haiti