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Nestled in the heart of the Caribbean, Haiti is a captivating country boasting a vibrant culture, rich history, and a resilient spirit. It’s also a country grappling with severe challenges, including the highest rates of deforestation and extreme poverty in the world.


Pressures including population density, natural disasters, demand for fuelwood and a lack of sustainable practices have contributed to significant forest loss across the nation – something, we’re trying to reverse.

West & Nippes Department of Haiti

Planting partner: Veritree


Site coordinated: 18°24'52.2"N 72°50'30.0"W


Forest type: Agroforestry


Tree species: 16+ including, Silk Cotton, Coconut, Cashew, Mango, Avocado and Cocoa


Planting seasons: July - August


CO2 Sequestration: 1.527t


UN SDGs: 1 – No poverty, 2 – Zero hunger, 10 – Reduced inequalities, 15 – Life on land


This tree planting project aims to expedite the implementation of agroforestry practices in Haiti, fostering a more sustainable and resilient agricultural landscape that addresses environmental vulnerabilities and reduces climate change impacts.


In addition, this project is also:


· Empowering local women - by providing employment opportunities to address inequality and improve the prospects of women-led households, which constitute nearly half of all Haitian households.


· Pioneering pollinator agroforestry – by partnering with Prosperity Catalyst to cultivate products that can be vertically layered on farms and in forests in co-operation with partners, farmers, and honey producers.

Haiti Gallery

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