We support a 40-acre farm which helps provide food for our orphanage. It also employs around ten workers and helps teach practical farming techniques which increase crop yield for rural Haitians.
Our farm started after we bought a plot of land to house refugees from the earthquake in 2010. When the refugee crisis disappeared, we realized we had an opportunity to make our ministry more self-sustaining.
Thanks to dedicated supporters in the US, our farm now grows rice, corn, cassava, bananas, spinach, beans, mangoes, okra, carrots, eggplants, squash, pumpkins, moringa and much more.
We are committed to empowering Haitians with sustainable income sources. Check out our farm on our map.
“And you shall eat and be full, and you shall bless the Lord your God for the good land he has given you.” Deuteronomy 8:10