by Gracie Pfaff | Oct 16, 2016 | Featured, Notes from the Field |
For World Food Day we invite you to walk with Harvest107 as we walk alongside the farmers of Haiti. Through restoring the soil, replanting crops and trees, and replacing livestock, we can overcome hunger and achieve food security for generations to come.
by Rhiana | Oct 13, 2016 | Notes from the Field |
What Haiti needs now more than ever is aid done well – here are 5 ways to do that. As you make your decision on giving, we hope you choose an organization with feet in Haiti every day and one that promotes empowerment of helping Haitians do for themselves rather than the condescension of doing for them.
by Rhiana | Nov 24, 2015 | Infographics | Wednesday, November 25 marks 2 whole years as a non-profit organization! Be sure to check in with us each day this week – we have some exciting things to...
by Rhiana | Oct 16, 2015 | Uncategorized
“We can indeed eliminate the scourge of hunger in our lifetime.” – Jose Graziano da Silva | Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | According to the data shown in the report (link above), Haiti has the HIGHEST percentage of its population that is undernourished.
by Gracie Pfaff | Oct 20, 2014 | Food Projects, Plotting for the Future | Harvest107 is going to Haiti to help local organizations establish microfarms. With about ½ of Hatians living on less than $1/day, and about 1 in 5 children chronically malnourished, it is imperative that we act now. Rice and beans are cultural staples of the...