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.
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.
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!
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.
A new website, a growing Green Team, new offices, new planting projects all over the world, an extra million trees planted in a year... As this eventful year is already behind us, (re)discover our highlights!
Several hurricanes hit the Caribbean in September, and Haiti continues to rebuild itself, one year after hurricane Matthew. More than 20,000 young cocoa shoots were distributed this month to the Anse d'Hainault and Dame Marie families by our partner in the field, Kaléos. Take a look with us back.
Around 700 Southern Haiti high school and junior high school students have been offered trees, within our Reforestation School Program, thanks to our partner Paul Mitchell. They planted more than 7000 of them, which will allow them to pay - in a few years - for their school fees. Mainly, thanks to cocoa beans sales.