Haiti

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A Disaster Zone

In the past decade Haiti has suffered from multiple natural disasters.

Hundreds of thousands of Haitians have died by hurricanes and earthquakes creating widespread malnourishment and putting many at risk of starvation.

Learn more about the crisis in Haiti by downloading our 1-pager here

 

Heightened Risks

Undernourished children die of common infections, putting them at high risk of falling victim to the global COVID-19 outbreak. Half of Haiti’s population is undernourished and has the world’s 7th worst Global Hunger Index score – the worst in the Western hemisphere by far. 22% of children in the country are chronically malnourished. 10% are underweight. 66% of under-5s suffer from anemia.

Our Objective

The Liberland Aid Foundation, working with Liberland’s diplomatic team and the government of Haiti, have created a response to this humanitarian crisis.

We are partnering with wholesale grocery suppliers and the Red Cross to provide entire shipping containers worth of needed food and supplies for this mission. We need your help to get this aid to the people who need it.

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Our Ongoing Commitment

 

The situation in Haiti won’t be resolved by one-shot efforts.

We know this, and have a long term plan to help promote education, sustainability, and self-sufficiency in the country. As a member of the Trees for Peace Alliance, we’re devoted to helping bring about an agricultural revolution in impoverished regions.

To that end, we’ve partnered with the Global Freedom Project to educate and train new farmers, specifically local Haitians, in the approach to agriculture known as Syntropic Agroforesty. This initiative promises to help alleviate poverty and starvation in Haiti over the long term.