• 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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  • Vegetable gardens: let’s talk about cabbage

    February 12, 2021

    Red, green, round, kale, kohlrabi, savoy, cabbage has a thousand faces. As part of the cruciferous family, it is a low-calorie food, and full of vitamin K. Cabbage even has properties against certain types of cancer such as lung, ovary and kidney cancer. Since last fall, it has been introduced into the gardens of 500

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  • Enabling women to strengthen their community

    February 10, 2021

    About fifteen women, members of three associations in the community that we support in the Central Plateau in Haiti, benefitted at the end of January from training aimed at equipping them with tools that will allow them to play an active role in change within their community. The specific objectives of this training session were

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  • Vegetable gardens : let’s talk about eggplant

    January 22, 2021

    Did you know that the eggplant is a fruit and that it is also grown in North America? Consumed as a vegetable, it is distinguished by its smooth, purple skin. It is rich in fiber and has antioxidant power. Eggplant can be eaten stuffed, fried, grilled, in a ratatouille or Greek moussaka. The community we

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  • Lots of fresh vegetables to start 2021

    January 4, 2021

    In Haiti, the community we support in the Central Plateau welcomes 2021 with lots of fresh vegetables in its 500 subsistence gardens. Tomatoes, spinach, eggplant, chili, bell peppers, leeks, or chayote… the subsistence gardens are overflowing with vegetables. The threat of food insecurity has increased as a result of the COVID19 pandemic. These gardens allow

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  • KANPE wishes “Jwaye Nwèl and Bòn Fèt ” to all!

    December 21, 2020

    Happy New Year’s to all! 2020 has been a tumultuous year! A year filled with challenges for all of us and for the entire Baille Tourible community that you help us support in the Central Plateau in Haiti. With its 10 years of experience, KANPE was able to face the COVID-19 pandemic and seize the

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  • A comforting Arcahaie cocktail for the holiday season

    December 20, 2020

    Is it cold outside? Why not warm yourself up with this spicy Haitian cocktail?

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  • Launch of the new KANPE 10th Anniversary Winter Collection

    December 9, 2020

    This winter, stay warm and celebrate KANPE’s 10th anniversary with us by purchasing a sweatshirt and/or a beanie from our brand-new Limited-Edition Collection! These warm items are our way to add a little Haitian touch to the cold season and bring you comfort while highlighting the Foundation’s 10th anniversary. For this edition, our friends Farrah

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