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Haïti : supporting ecosystem restoration and raising awareness on land degradation

As part of its reforestation programmes, the Agrinotech association is currently running two projects in the locality of Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye. The first phase, conducted in 2020, and the second, carried out between August and December 2021, resulted in the planting of respectively 250,000 and 500,000 seedlings.

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200,000 trees planted in Haiti for the benefit of the city of Lavial

October 2021 was marked by the finalization of this important project started in 2019, which aimed at restoring forests in the Jacmel valley.

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Haiti (Saint-Michel): Schoolchildren and farmers mobilize to restore forests

Anchored in the north of the island of Haiti, one of the countries in the world most affected by deforestation, the project financed by Reforest'Action and led in the field by the local NGO Agrinotech aims to raise awareness and involve local communities in the implementation of agricultural practices that are more respectful of the environment and the forests. The objective: to develop agroforestry among local farmers and gradually restore the forests of the Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye region. Between February and May 2021, 290,000 seedlings of various species were distributed and planted in the field by the villagers.

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Haiti (Lavial): continuation of the project with 200,000 additional trees in 2021

From September 2018 to October 2019, a first part of this reforestation project in Haiti was financed by Reforest'Action and conducted by our technical partner OJUCAH. Following the success of this first operation, the project will resume in 2021 in a new dimension. While one of the objectives is still to develop family agroforestry around the town of Lavial, in the south of the country, the project now doubles as an ambition to also restore the forests of the region, which were heavily affected by deforestation and Hurricane Matthew in 2016. A total of 200,000 trees will be planted over the course of 2021, bringing the number of trees of various species funded via Reforest'Action in Lavial since 2018 to 400,000.

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Reforestation in Haiti : an incredible community involvement at the service of the forest

Initiated in September 2019, our agroforestry and reforestation project in Haiti has resulted in the planting of 250,000 trees of various species in the Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye region, thanks to the strong involvement of local communities.

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Plantations begin in Haiti !

During April, plantations have begun on our agroforestry project in the valley of Jacmel, in Haiti. Discover photos of the first cashew trees planted!

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Haïti - Agroforestry - cashew

Discover our new planting project in Haiti

After having participated in the development of a first plantation project on Haitian territory, Reforest'Action continues its commitment in Haiti with the local association OJUCAH. Stéphane Hallaire, founder of Reforest'Action, has been on the field to introduce you to our new project.

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Haiti: news from your cocoa trees!

More than 260,000 trees have been planted in southern Haiti thanks to your funding. Stéphane Hallaire went on site to visit the producers and young cocoa trees that are continuing to grow. Photo report!

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Haïti - cocoa trees

In Haiti, the secret of complementary tree species

In Haiti, Nature keeps recovering after Hurricane Matthew. Our goal for the months to come? To keep planting complementary tree species to help its recovery.

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Haïti - Cacao - bananiers - plantation - reforestation

First cocoa harvest in Haiti since Hurricane Matthew

In Haiti, the economic situation remains severely deteriorated following Hurricane Matthew in September 2016. Destroyed largely by the disaster, the cocoa trees did not produce beans for eighteen consecutive months. At the beginning of May, the first harvest since the hurricane finally took place.

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Haïti - cocoa - hurricane - Matthew - reforestation