On this International Creole Day, let’s talk about combite!

October 28, 2020

Today is International Creole day.

Creole is a world rich with words that describe specific realities! Let’s take for example the word combite.

In Haiti, a “combite” refers to a form of solidarity work practiced in rural areas where people from a community come together to carry out an agricultural task. Our beneficiaries often use this formula during seed or harvest activities. We are proud to see them show so much ingenuity on their path towards autonomy.

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