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FOOD SECURITY SECURITY AND FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY IN NORTH HAITI
The Food Security Programme and the fight against poverty Northern Haiti (PSANH) is part of a decentralized cooperation between the Aquitaine Region (which provides most of the funding) and Limbe Commons Lower Limbe and Lemonade. He was identified and led by AGRISUD International in partnership with VETERIMED.
The Food Security project supports farming households in enhancing their business and agricultural sectors to create an enabling environment for farmers to improve their economic performance (income).
Expected results:820 agricultural VSEs supported. Budget :€893K over 2010-2013. Funding :Aquitaine Regional Council, French Foreign Affairs Ministry, Fondation Entreprise et Solidarité, ESFI, Oxfam, AGRISUD. Project management :AGRISUD. Partnerships :Vétérimed, GRADIMIRH - Groupe de Recherche-Action pour le Développement Intégré du Milieu Rural Haïtien.
Boosting the local economy by reinforcing the manioc and groundnut value chains
Because some groundnuts and manioc clones can resist to drought they enhance the value of the very dry zone in northeast Haiti. They are part of a local production system responding to the local market’s demand. However identified constraints do not allow them to develop their full potential at the farmers’ expense.
The project’s aim is to sustainably improve the income in Limonade’ and Fort-Liberté’ rural households through stimulated value chains adapted to the agroecological contexts (groundnuts, manioc).
Expected results:200 agricultural VSEs supported, 5 transformation units professionalized Budget :$100,000 over 2013-2014 Funding :Oxfam. Project management :AGRISUD. Partnerships :GRADIMIRH.
Project to support the rural community of Lombard (City Limbe) for improved drinking water coverage
An integrated management approach to water resources was proposed in the area of Lombard, which has a drinking water network established there 30 years and sized to supply the whole community but whose condition allows to supply more than 100 families in precarious sanitary conditions.
This approach is to rehabilitate and improve the capture of a source, put a storage device and chlorination and build a drinking water system for the community. To secure the source, infrastructure and stop the runoff excess water in homes, pouring 18ha (farmland 36 producers) will be developed in a process of improvement of production and reforestation systems.
The National Directorate of Water and Sanitation Portable is associated with the entire project to define the appropriate infrastructure and put in place a management by the community.
Eventually 400 families (2000 individuals) will benefit sustainable access to safe drinking water.
Expected results:A addcution water system rehabilitated and managed by a committee that allows 400 households with sustainable access to safe drinking water; 16 acres of landscaped hillside Budget :€ 135K Funding :AFD, Région Aquitaine Project management :Agrisud International Partnerships :GRADIMIRH
Development and integrated management of water resources in the Bory and Beaulieu localities – Commune de Bas Limbé
The towns of Bory and Beaulieu are located in isolated areas subject to flooding and erosion problems. The objective of the project is to improve the living conditions of the populations by securing and enhancing the value of water resources.
The approach based on the integrated management of water resources adopted by Agrisud and its partner GRADIMIRH makes it possible to simultaneously meet the needs for drinking water and agricultural water while preserving the watershed. A drinking water supply and irrigation system for small market garden plots has been set up. The development of the watershed has made it possible to secure the source and the infrastructure while maintaining efficient agricultural activity. Thanks to the coordination of several partners and the involvement of communities, sustainable management of drinking water is implemented.
400 families now have access to drinking water from 2 standpipes. 13 ha of land are valued and protected according to agro-ecological principles. Local organizations are strengthened for the sustainable management of this scarce resource.
Expected results:400 families Budget :100 K€ over 2017-2018 Funding :Misereor Project management :Agrisud Partnerships :GRADIMIRH, the village, DINEPA