Building Sustainable Development in Haiti Through Agricultural Training

School Enrollment doubles!

A second cohort commenced classes this Fall, bringing the total enrollment at our Ecole d’Agriculture La Gonave to sixteen, including three young women.  We’re encouraged with this growth, because it was primarily caused by “word of mouth”.  We’re also pleased with the work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit that many of our students are demonstrating.  Apparently,...

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1st Semester Commences

Yes, that’s right! The first semester of our Ecole d’Agriculture La Gonave has commenced today, February 1st, with an initial 7 qualified & motivated students in attendance.  We anticipate another 20 will start in September. The photo of fried chicken legs may have served to catch your attention, but there was a deeper meaning behind its’ use.  Several of the students are...

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School Principal Joins Work

  We’re delighted to announce that Josue (pronounced ‘jo sway’) Louis, has begun the work of implementing the Faculty of Agronomics, a department of the Wesleyan University Of Haiti, as our Principal.  Josue comes to us from Cap-Haitien where he was a teacher, having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Agronomy from the North Christian University of Haiti, with the...

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