Help 500 Rural Haitian Families Fight Hunger

Sep 2, 2011

Replicating Success!

Vet volunteer and Haitian rabbit producer
Vet volunteer and Haitian rabbit producer

The Feeding Families project is going well - each visit to Grand Boulage shows how much progress has been made. A recent visit of Farmer to Farmer volunteers to do veterinary training for rabbit producers sparked even greater interest from towns in the surrounding area. People are eager to raise rabbits. The project is planning to expand geographically and include some new communities. The lessons from Grand Boulage will allow us to hopefully replicate their success. Stay tuned for more details!


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Project Leader

Peggy Carlson

Director, Farmer to Farmer Program
Washington, DC United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Help 500 Rural Haitian Families Fight Hunger