• The Experimental Farm Is Going Well

    June 17, 2020

    Green is taking up more and more space in our experimental farm, managed in collaboration with our partner Mouvement Paysan Papaye in the Central Plateau (Haiti). The first 8,000 seedlings are growing and are doing fine thanks to the rain that returned to the region. There are both fruit trees such as orange, papaya, coconut,

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  • An ambulance vehicle for the clinic in Baille Tourible

    June 11, 2020

    In Haiti, good news for the Baille Tourible clinic, which has just purchased a new vehicle capable of providing better transportation for the seriously ill people to a larger healthcare facility. The vehicle will also be used to transport medical staff and medication. This purchase comes at a good time given the rapid progression of COVID-19 cases

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  • Anténor Firmin, key figure in the fight against racism

    June 3, 2020

    Anténor Firmin is a 19th-century Haitian politician and eminent intellectual. He is known for his avant-garde work entitled “The Equality of Human Races. Positivist Anthropology” published in 1885, in response to the racist theories of Gobineau in his work Essay on the inequality of human races. Drawing on empiricism, history, and anthropology, he deconstructs the

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  • Happy Mother’s Day to the Haitian “Potomitan”!

    May 31, 2020

    Today is Mother’s Day in Haiti! On this occasion and in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have a special thought for all Haitian mothers, these “potomitan”, those who are the first to take care of their sick family members and children. KANPE wishes them a happy Mother’s Day! Photo credit : Isabelle Thibault

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  • Support Farmers and Their Families to Reduce Food Insecurity

    May 21, 2020

    In Haiti, the COVID-19 pandemic is not just a health issue, it is threatening food security for a large segment of the population, particularly in the community we support. This is why we launched the KANPE COVID-19 Emergency Fund which will allow us to support farmers and their families in order to reduce the effects

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  • Happy Flag Day to All

    May 18, 2020

    Today is the Haitian Flag Day! Do you know Catherine Flon? She is one of the heroines of Haiti’s independence. She is known as the one who sewed the Haitian flag, assembling the blue and red together, to create the banner of which all Haitians are so proud! Happy Flag Day to All! Click on

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  • An awareness campaign against COVID-19

    May 15, 2020

    For two weeks now, as part of our prevention campaign against COVID-19 in Haiti, a dozen awareness raisers have been deployed in Baille Tourible, the community that we support in the Central Plateau. They were previously trained in collaboration with our local partner Zanmi Lasante/Partners in Health. With their megaphones, they will cross mountains, valleys,

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  • KANPE is Very Grateful

    May 14, 2020

    This week, KANPE turned 10 years old! Ten years bringing support to the most vulnerable communities in Haiti to help them achieve autonomy thanks to your support. We are very grateful. THANK YOU!

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  • KANPE is 10 Years Old!

    May 12, 2020

    Ten years ago today, the members of our Board of Directors signed letters patent formalizing the birth of The KANPE Foundation with the mission to bring support to the most vulnerable communities in Haiti to help them achieve autonomy. What a long way since we started our activities in Baille Tourible (Central Plateau) through 6 pillars: health

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  • KANPE launches its COVID-19 Emergency Fund

    May 6, 2020

    Today, KANPE launches its COVID-19 Emergency Fund. This fund will allow us to respond to the effects of the pandemic in Haiti, and particularly in Baille Tourible. With a hundred cases already detected in Haiti, we must equip the health clinic with the means to protect its population and surrounding communities and work to reduce

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