Lambi Fund helped start several new goat breeding projects this year. Goat breeding is a relatively quick way for Haitians to become more sustainable. Lambi Fund gets community organizations started with two female breeding goats. They are bred and when their offspring grow up, the goats are sold at market. The proceeds help the organization members become more sustainable and as a result are able to feed their families and send their children to school.
The goat breeding projects will be monitored by Lambi Fund staff over the next couple of years as they help the community organizations succeed. To date, Lambi Fund staff has provided organizational and project management training. Without this training, the community organizations would have a more difficult time operating a successful goat breeding enterprise.
Each member of the organization receives 2 female goats to begin their own breeding.
Lambi Fund staff trains all members of the organization on goat breeding techniques.
A veterinary pharmacy is located inside the community.
The number of animals will at least double since the first year of the project.
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