Our work would be impossible without the ongoing support of our donors and our partners. The national motto of Haiti is “L’union fait la force,” which means “Unity Makes Strength.” This is certainly true for our organization, which is made stronger and more effective with the help of our many partners. We are grateful for them!
The congregation of Christ Church has been working in Haiti for over 40 years, supporting medical interventions and education. Episcopal churches and schools support CFFL, farming, school gardens and our family security / smallholder farming program. Christ Church has been an invaluable partner since our founding in the year 2000. They fund farming and education and have arranged many work and discovery trips to Haiti over the years.
The faculty and students at Clemson University have helped us establish best practices in goat breeding, and have conducted research into goat nourishment. We’ve also worked with Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries on various projects, including a student-based study and exchange program.
The renowned EARTH University in Costa Rica served as the original inspiration for our own agricultural school, CFFL. Faculty and staff at EARTH University have also helped us keep our agricultural curriculum up to date.
FAR (For a Reason)
FAR supported and developed a school garden and family assistance program for Trianon.
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA
We’ve worked with LSU to facilitate faculty visits, and training for students.
Partners in Health : Zanmi Lasante
Dr. Paul Farmer and Partners in Health assisted in the development of Nourimanba and Nourimil in the early days of Zanmi Agrikol, and supported our work through salaries for agronomists and field workers until 2017.
Rotary has been a constant partner since 2005, providing more than $1.5 million to all areas of education, equipment and agriculture.
Sewanee: University of the South
Sewanee is a valuable partner in our agroforestry projects, including coffee cultivation in the village of Bois Joli and Morne Michel, a tree planting and carbon sequestration program, and the building of nurseries in Bois Jolie and Lachateau. Sewanee students have participated in several summer internships.
Our relationship with the faculty and students of Tuskegee includes knowledge sharing on goat farming and breeding, veterinary research, and student exchange.
University of Florida
We have hosted faculty visits for UF and have benefitted from both research and training.
University of Georgia
We’re grateful for the institution’s assistance with our soil lab at CFFL, and training in the cultivation of peanuts.
The faculty of Virginia Tech has aided our mission with research on maize, low tillage crops, and resilient varieties of beans.
WK Kellogg Foundation
We are enormously grateful for the support of the Kellogg Foundation, which has believed in and invested in our mission since 2014. We are currently in a three-year grant project plan with Kellogg, through 2022.
The Wagner Foundation joined us as a new funding partner in the midst of 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic. We will be forever grateful for their support at such a critical time!
The Waterfall Foundation supported our work in Haiti with a three-year grant.