In this new year, we ask that you continue to think of Haiti, particularly our friends in Petit Trou de Nippes, as they walk the long road to recovery from Hurricane Matthew. This road is expected to have many hardships along the way. As Interim President Privert stated "If we don't manage to relaunch three to four months we will find ourselves with a major food crisis."
With several community leaders and agricultural associations, CHP is enacting a plan to launch a seed bank that will sell seeds at a significantly subsidized price that will allow farmers gravely affected by the Hurricane to get their gardens and fields planted in time for the approaching growing season. This is particularly necessary during this time period because the people of Petit Trou have nowhere to go currently to buy seeds even at full price--the product is simply not available. Our project manager, Patrick Desire, along with other CHP staff have been working with the community to prepare for this development as they must work collaboratively to make this happen.
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