Native creole pigs have always been a resource to build Haiti’s economy. One pig can sell for nearly $1,000. Establishing pig pens will financially empower the community. Families can fund a home, a child’s education, and sustain themselves.
Provides small business trades for women in the village. Chicken farms are a great resource to provide jobs and develop solidarity within the community.
Fish basins are a feasible means for commerce and economic development.
Can be fun for school children.
A common investment for families which is often their “bank account.”
Haiti once boasted fields of sugar cane. With support we can revive the Haut St. Marc sugar cane mill.