The country is facing much political chaos but farmers keep meeting the challenge to produce food for the people who cannot afford the cost of imported goods.
Lambi Fund staff and partner are very grateful for the support to complete the repair of 21 project damaged under Hurricane Mathew. These projects have returned, to normal functioning, with community farmers accessing mills to refine their grains, storage for the market and reestablishing their small trade in the local market producing revenue to alleviate the level of poverty.
Farmers and community dwellers have seeded 316,482 trees of many species.Many members are active in the monitoring and assuring the strategic placement of each tree within selected areas to protect water source, improve green coverage and assuring the continuation of species specific to their localities.
Food production increased with the reopening of two mills, seven Ox-plowing services and micro-funding for retailers and planters in rural communities in Haiti.
Every project build is completedwith access to water if not running water a system to gather water in a cistern. They also have multiple toilet within an enclosure room and covered roof.
Lambi Fund held 14 training sessions averaging 31 participants each. There were 439 participants in total. Among the training for organizational capacity building, management capacity, storage of grain, techniques for animal husbandry, there were 4 special two-day training for nursery building.