Develop Livestock farms
Raising livestock is crucial in providing immediate access to food. Goats and chickens will be raised for products such as milk, eggs, and meat. Farmers from the U.S. will use technologies and skills from the U.S. to teach local Haitian farmers
Planting crops is essential in nourishing our brothers and sisters in Haiti. Crops such as sweet potatoes, rice, beans, corn, peanuts, and watermelon will be planted. Farmers from the U.S. will use technologies and training from the U.S. to teach local Haitian farmers.
sustain the farmland
Sustaining the farmland from harvest to harvest is important in supplying food to the most needy. The crops will be used as feed for the livestock, and the livestock will fertilize the crops. At this phase, farmers indigenous to Haiti will be able to tend the farms.
"He said to him the third time, 'Simon, son of John, do you love me?' Peter was grieved because he said to him the third time, 'Do you love me?' and he said to him, 'Lord, you know everything; you know that I love you.' Jesus said to him, 'Feed my sheep.'" --John 21:17
Make a Difference by...
- Reducing malnutrition in children and diminish death and illness related to inability to get nutritious foods.
- Generating jobs to bless communities in Haiti.
- Creating disciples as farm workers in Haiti to receive training and spiritual support from expert farmers from the U.S.
- Establishing a sustainable farmland for students and their families attending our schools in Haiti.
- Expanding production to help provide food to communities.
- Partnering with our brothers and sisters in Haiti in prayer.
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