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"Many Haitians who live in rural areas cannot cultivate their land or keep a sufficient number of livestock due to a lack of means and resources."

KANPE for the nourishment of families

Every family identified by the KANPE program receives seeds and livestock (animals), which then become a source of nourishment and a primary means of subsistence.

KANPE for sustainable agricultural land use

For this primary source of nourishment to be sustainable and recurrent, KANPE provides practical training adapted to the types of culture and soil, therefore resulting in a more abundant crop to ensure dietary self-sufficiency.

Support is also provided so that family decision-making is led by a long-term vision whose first objective is to meet dietary needs while providing the possibility for income earning activities.

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