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Jun 30, 2020

Help Families Grow Their Own Food

Families in rural Haiti are continuing to grow their own food, and now they are dealing with COVID.

We have a four phase plan for rural Haitians to deal with COVID:

1. Health awareness

2. Distribution of sanitary materials and PPE

3. Funding for food purchases during health crisis

4. Financial support to plant food producing gardens

To conserve resources and because many of the goals are similar, this project is being consolidated with "Help Families Grow Their Own Food in Rural Haiti" and is focusing on Phase 4. In this phase, the program will help 1000 members in approximately 30 organizations. Each member selected will get at least 10,000 gourdes. A set of criteria such as those most in need, people with market experience, and people with irrigated farmland will be put in place to determine which members will be given priority in the context of this phase of the program.

 Anticipated Outcomes include increased food availability for rural Haitians.

Jun 16, 2020

COVID Impact on Sustainable Agriculture

Although Lambi Fund is continuing all our work on sustainable agriculture projects because it is vital to the survival of many Haitians, it is imperative that we address the impact of COVID-19 in rural Haiti.

We have a four-phased approach and will be talking about each phase in the upcoming reports:

1) Health Awareness and prevention training

a) Awareness - Radio spots, texts, trucks with bullhorn announcements

b) Small group trainings on methods to prevent the spread of COVID-19

2) Distribution of sanitary materials

3) Funding for food purchases during health crisis

4) Financial support for sustainable agriculture  and continued support of families growing their own food after the third phase of the COVID-19 plan.

Jun 16, 2020

COVID Impact on Women's Projects

Although Lambi Fund is continuing all our work on women's projects because women are often responsible for the health, well-being and nurturing of their families, it is imperative that we address the impact of COVID-19 on families in rural Haiti.

We have a four-phased approach and will be talking about each phase in the upcoming reports:

1) Health Awareness and prevention training

a) Awareness - Radio spots, texts, trucks with bullhorn announcements

b) Small group trainings with women on methods to prevent the spread of COVID-19

2) Distribution of sanitary materials 

3) Funding for food purchases by women for their families during health crisis

4) Financial support for women and continued support of women's projects after the third phase of the COVID-19 plan.

 
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