It’s been just over a year and a half since the earthquake. This means that the Lambi Fund of Haiti has fully transitioned into long-term rebuilding mode. Eight new projects are starting throughout the country that will strengthen communities and create important means for sustainable incomes.
One such project is a sheep breeding project in Sothern Haiti. The Bedo Peasants Together organization (TKB) wants to raise and breed sheep in an effort to increase incomes for its members. In all 44 sheep will be purchased to start breeding. Training in sheep farming, veterinary care and on the importance of caring for the environment while raising animals will be provided in a series of workshops – which will ensure members are trained to manage the project for long-term success.
Your continued support for long-term rebuilding efforts in Haiti make small business enterprises like this one possible! The sheep will be purchased and sufficient training on sheep care and management will be administered thanks to donations like yours. An easy way to continue to make rebuilding in Haiti possible is to lend your support by sharing this project with friends and family members. The more we rally together, the more we can help a community organization like TKB get their development project off the ground.
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