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The Development Organization for the Agricultural Production of Haitian Farmers (OADEPROPAH-Haiti) represents the small Haitian farmers, small-scale fishermen, small-scale breeders and small beekeepers living in remote rural areas of Haiti. We believe that to fight against poverty is to come together to say no against poverty and hunger , it is with this objective that the Union Cooperative of Agricultural Credit and Rural of Haiti (UNICAGRIH) www.unicagrihaiti.net originated in the region of North-east, Fort-Liberté. This cooperative is beginning to contribute to the improvement of the living conditions of small Haitian farmers who are facing severe famine and are also food insecure. The cooperative is the lever of development of the OADEPROPAH-Haiti Organization. The small Haitian farmers making face with many difficulties of all kinds and a major famine threatens all the rural and urban areas of Haiti, the small Haitian farmers only abandon their land to migrate to the Dominican Republic, Chile, Brazil, Nassau Bahamas or they will risk their lives on small boats at sea to arrive either in Miami, Florida, United States of America, or other parts of the Caribbean and Latin America. Development Organisation for the Agricultural Production of Haitian Farmers (OADEPROPAH-Haiti) is a national peasant’s organization based in the rural and urban areas of Haiti, with countrywide coverage, representing the small Haitian farmers in Haiti. Specifically OADEPROPAH-Haiti represent small and large scale Haitian farmers in Haiti. OADEPROPAH-Haiti is a Member of the World Farmers Organisation (WFO), Italy, Roma and the Union Cooperative Agricultural Credit and Rural of Haiti (UNICAGRIH), member of International Cooperative Alliance (ICA), Belgium.
Propagation of the Cholera epidemic of the United Nations Nepal Contingent (UN-MINUSTAH) in rural and urban areas of Haiti, forced displacement of small Haitian farmers to migrate to Chile, Brazil, Ecuador or other Latin American and Caribbean regions. Epidemic, most deadly childhood diseases, emerging pathologies: Faced with these new and growing humanitarian challenges, OADEPROPAH -Haiti is providing quality medical care to vulnerable farmer’s populations. Since the spread of the cholera epidemic, thousands of children and Rural Youth are dying of preventable diseases. This is what motivates us to care for and save as many small farmers as possible from the rural areas of Haiti.
The most vulnerable Haitian Farmers are the main victims of the humanitarian crises in Haiti for several reasons. In some cases, Haitian small farmers live in remote areas of Haiti where there is no road to get to some rural areas in Haiti, they are forced to ride on horseback or on horseback, Donkey, these small peasants are particularly at risk of dying on a wooden door stick on the road.
Some medical crises stem directly from a lack of money and operational health personnel to provide the necessary care in the rural areas of Haiti. Many efforts have been made to provide health care to the most vulnerable Haitian Farmers populations in rural Haiti. However, even today, 1 in 10 children die before the age of 5 in rural Haiti with the spread of the cholera epidemic spread in Haiti by the United Nations (MINUSTAH-UN). This is unacceptable. That is why OADEPROPAH-Haiti is developing an innovative approach to delivering medical aid to the most deprived Haitian farmer’s populations: Make a donation to save the life of a single little child in distress.
You can work with OADEPROPAH-Haiti in different ways to save lives in rural areas of Haiti or the Haitian small farmers are threatened with famine and abject poverty. To find out more about how to make a gift by check, transfer securities, shares, life insurance or a legacy for the benefit of OADEPROPAH-Haiti, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
OADEPROPAH-Haiti is looking for people or international organizations wishing to join its teams on the ground in Haiti or at headquarters. Whether you are new to the humanitarian field or you are a graduate student or a professional, we have an agricultural production and agro-industry farm: AGROPARK-Haiti has a project in collaboration with OADEPROPAH-Haiti in the Northeast region, Fort-Liberté, Dumas, Building of Queensland University Hospital (HUQ) www.qcfhaiti.org that we will begin construction of the Campus of Queensland University (UQ) or other programs and projects you will want to take part in, we suggest several ways to collaborate with OADEPROPAH-Haiti . Contact Us by email or by telephone directly in Haiti.
Since the end of March 2017, the Agricultural Development Organization for the Production of Haitian Farmers (OADEPROPAH-Haiti) warns of the food disaster affecting more than 8.7 million people in the rural and urban areas of Haiti. In Haiti 75% of the rural and urban population need food aid. In the Northeast, Artibonite, Northwest, Cayes, Grand-Anse and Nippe departments, the famine has reached an exceptional level of severity
Malnutrition in Haiti: The food crisis is likely to get worse
Malnutrition: Already very worrying, according to a study carried out by the Haitian Society for Nutrition (SOHAN), the Higher School of Nutrition and Food Science (ESNA) of Queensland University (UQ) in collaboration with the Network of Nutrition and Food Security Organization (RENSA) of the Agricultural Development Organization for the Promotion of Haitian Peasants (OADEPROPAH-Haiti), the situation of hundreds of thousands of children could become even worse as the hurricane season approaches and rains .
South of Haiti: 1.5 million people in need
Urgency: After several months on the spot and several evaluations carried out, the teams of the OADEPROPAH-Haiti open a mission in the region of the Great South including: Southeast, Cayes, Jérémie, Nippes. Since April 2017, 165,235 Haitian Farmers have taken the road, leaving behind all their possessions to go to the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Chile and other countries of the Caribbean