• Walk for KANPE at the Summer Walkathon

    June 15, 2021

    The KANPE Foundation is proud to be the beneficiary of the first edition of the Walkathon – 60 Days Around the World for KANPE – organized by 360insight, a company that has been supporting our actions in Haiti since 2019.  This summer, we invite you to walk/run for KANPE. For every km/mi you walk or

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  • National Children’s Day in Baille Tourible

    June 14, 2021

    This week, Baille Tourible celebrated Children’s Rights Day at the medical clinic. It was an opportunity to celebrate the younger children by sharing a good meal. The day ended with a distribution of gift baskets containing kitchen items and sandals.    

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  • Small orchards for a greener environment

    June 7, 2021

    In Baille Tourible, Haiti, the community is multiplying initiatives to ensure its food sovereignty and climate resilience. Their latest project with KANPE support is the establishment of small orchards. Launched recently, the small orchards offer the community both a way to effectively fight against deforestation and create additional sources of income. The orchards allow for

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  • Seeds depositing has started

    April 28, 2021

    It’s seed depositing time in the Central Plateau in Haiti. In the different localities of Baille Tourible, more than 500 families among the most vulnerable in the community, are planting corn, beans, small millet and pois-congo. It has been raining for a few weeks now, giving hope for a successful harvest this summer. This year,

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  • Distribution of seeds to 500 families

    April 15, 2021

    Last week, our local partner, Mouvement Paysan Papaye (MPP), proceeded to distribute corn, bean, millet, and pois congo seeds to more than 500 families of all the localities of Baille Tourible, the community we support in the Central Plateau in Haiti. This year, in order to fight against food insecurity, the distribution of seeds has

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  • A water retention wall to protect the seedlings

    April 12, 2021

    A water retention wall was built upstream of the experimental farm in the community we support in the Central Plateau in Haïti. The farmers took the initiative to protect the seedlings. The wall was built with stones picked from the area. The rainy season should start in May. With this work, they are now less

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  • Work in the kitchen of the national school

    March 29, 2021

    In Haiti, in the community we support in the Central Plateau, work was done in the kitchen of the national school to repair the fireplaces (stoves) that were cracked. Local masons had been working quickly to allow the cooking activities to resume. On school days the canteen feeds nearly 450 students!

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  • International Women’s Day: Let’s celebrate all “madan sara” !

    March 5, 2021

    We take this opportunity of  March 8th to highlight the important contribution of all madan sara to the Haitian economy. A “madan sara” is like Liana Sully, a woman who specializes in commerce. Several times a week, Madame Sully rides her horse from her home to go sell in the markets of Baille Tourible and

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  • Road maintenance to counter isolation

    February 26, 2021

    In mid-January, two teams of day laborers, each composed of a dozen people, began work to repair the road leading to the community we support in the Central Plateau to counter isolation. The rainy season has not been nice to this 22-km path. It is the only one that allows to reach Thomonde, the closest

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  • Agroforestry : the next generation get involved

    February 19, 2021

    Approximately 80 young people from the high school and the marching band regularly participate in the various activities of production and maintenance of the seedlings of the experimental farm in the community we support in the Central Plateau. In the field, they take care of fruit trees such as orange, papaya, coconut, or mango trees

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