Fifteen officials and contractors with USAID travelled to the OPODNE offices to meet with leaders to dialogue about the needs of small-scale farmers. While the outcome is still…
Two hundred sixty nine people made donations of $195,118 that were matched by our friends, John and Sue Sobrato. This investment helps plant seeds of Hope in Haiti.
Amid widespread hunger and government collapse, the People’s Organization for the Development of North-east and North Haiti (OPODNE) continues to organize and grow. OPODNE has grassroots teams in 62 communities, a new chapter in the North Department, and 5,000 members. OPODNE’s We Plant Today So We Can Feed Ourselves Tomorrow campaign is making it possible for small-scale farmers to harvest crops to feed their families and their neighbors. Farmers in seven communities planted high-quality seeds with
in seven communities planted high-quality seeds with guidance from agronomists as a result of the new Northeast Haiti Community Seed Bank. Twenty-two communities have organized mutual solidarity loan funds. Through a Way Forward in Haiti, OPODNE and Faith in Action International are working with the Haitian Diaspora to press for better U.S. policies toward Haiti.