Haiti: Food Security - The world has forgotten Haiti, a World Food Programme Executive said
Haiti Food Crisis -- "The world has forgotten Haiti. This country has suffered through 3 years of drought, 2 years that were climate related, now El Nino drought," says Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme.
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In a recent article by Reuters, it was revealed that millions of people in Haiti face food insecurity including 1.5 million who do not know what or when their next meal will be.
Haitians farmers rely on the rainy season to plant their crops, when there's no rain, there's no crop... The worse part of this is the fact that starving Haitians on the countryside resort to cutting down trees for charcoal to earn a living in an already deforested Haiti.
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Haiti should build houses with refrigerators, gas or electric ovens to stop cutting trees for charcoal, and modern bathrooms for sales on a mortgage plan. Haiti should build affordable apartment buildings for rebt in every department to decongestion Port au Prince.
Haiti should plant more bananas, beans, maniocs, yams, all types of fruits and vegetables, like breadfruits, corns, rice, lemons, mangos, soursoaps, watermelons, oranges, grapefruits, eggplants, coconuts, coffee, cocoa, peanuts, cashew nuts, to export to the USA and Canada and everywhere Haitians are living.
Everybody like the Haitian mangos, Haiti sould export all types of mangos, not only the mango francis.
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