"Sonje lapli ki leve mayi ou." Remember the rain that made your corn grow.
Wind your way up Kenscoff road from Port-au-Prince and you arrive in one of Haiti’s agriculture breadbaskets. On a Kay Kominote field trip, 90 children did just that to learn about environmental practices on Wynn Farm. The day included classes on making recycled paper and paper beads, composing songs about the environment, and hikes through the countryside. Check out their green adventure!
Today, August 29, 201 marks the close of operations in the Sinai Camp, located in Delmas 31. Sinai was the first internally displaced persons camp taken on by J/P HRO since closing the Petion-Ville Camp in January 2014. The 539 families that lived on this patch of land have all been relocated.
Emptied latrine holes are filled with concrete by masons from the community in preparation for the next stage of J/P HRO's PREKAD redevelopment project.
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A workshop to more effectively use the Community Development program to better meet the needs of those we work with.
The final day of Summer camp this season at our Community Development Campus.
A summer camp participant bends to place a pepper seedling in a bucket.
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