1. 20/12/2018 Kreyòl
  2. The Haitian Foundation for Sustainable Agricultural Development (FONHDAD) is a non-profit institution with administrative and financial autonomy. Its founding members are constituted by the university, the voluntary and the private sectors of Haiti. Its aim is to contribute to the modernization...
  3. 18/11/2015 Mark’s presentation will demonstrate how the Haiti-based FONDAMA Yard Garden program helps people make small, daily changes that are consistent, persistent, and positive without being intrusive. We will look at examples of how the program helps people recognize the power they have to learn to use...
  4. Presented at the ECHO International Agriculture Conference 2015 Mark’s presentation will demonstrate how the Haiti-based FONDAMA Yard Garden program helps people make small, daily changes that are consistent, persistent, and positive without being intrusive. We will look at examples of how the...
  5. 01/04/2010 https://www.echocommunity.org/resources/eb967d93-10ff-4c3d-a238-86ac0382bd68ECHO has considered how our resources can be most helpful in light of the recent devastating earthquake near Port Au Prince, Haiti. Our main strength is in the area of agricultural information relevant to development...
  6. 01/01/2014 Que feriez-vous si une catastrophe frappait la communauté dans laquelle vous travaillez? Quelles mesures pouvez-vous prendre si une telle situation se produit? Et quelles mesures peut-on prendre à l’avance pour réduire au minimum les dommages causés par un événement catastrophique majeur comme le...
  7. 20/04/2003 Politically and economically, the ten plus years our family has been in Haiti have been rather tumultuous. There was a coup in October of 1991 against President Jean Bertrand Aristide, then four years of crushing embargo when gasoline cost $20 a gallon and neither tools nor parts could be...
  8. 01/04/2010 Jean Remy Azor owns and manages his own “ti fore” (little forest) in Haiti. He started it in 1984 and has not had to replant it since. He tells of his experiences with it.
  9. KORE works in Haiti to break the cycle of extreme poverty. Our projects empower people rather than create dependency, equipping communities to change their own future. KORE goesBeyond Reliefto provide the opportunities and resources necessary for lasting impact.Beyond Reliefsparks hope, and hope...
  10. When you see some things, you cannot un-see them. When they returned to the states they started raising money for children to go school. This program is still active and it is only $90 a year to sponsor a child in school. Next they started collecting during lent to buy food for the children to...