Why are small-scale farmers so important to ending poverty and hunger in Haiti? About three out of four workers in Haiti depend on agriculture to make a living. Almost half…
Forests Without Borders discusses why they chose FIDA/pcH as a partner in agroforestry in Haiti. Videography by Ross Velton.
Haven Partnership discusses why they chose FIDA/pcH as a partner in community development in Haiti. Videography by Ross Velton.
World Accord discusses why they chose FIDA/pcH as a partner in smallholder agriculture in Haiti. Videography by Ross Velton.
Illiteracy Context in Haiti Illiteracy is one of the greatest obstacles of the poor. Literacy is a basic right of all men and women. When one has access to this…
We provide resources to communities in Haiti who are motivated to advance themselves economically by forming productive agricultural co-operatives.
Founded in 1984 by Jack and Anne Wall, FIDA is a fully registered Canadian charitable organization (Canadian BN 13365 2768 RR0001).
FIDA-USA is an independent 501(c) 3 non-profit organization (US EIN # 47-2300976).
FIDA’s working arm in Haiti is called productive cooperatives Haiti (pcH) and it is a fully registered Haitian non-government organization (#B0307).
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