The community development group purchased 30 baby chickens the end of last year and raised them to sell. These meat chickens are full-grown and ready to eat in 45 days. The profit wasn’t much with 30, but it helped us to understand what was needed to care for them and
Have you ever wanted to help Haitians in a sustainable way? Have you thought that increasing food security for the poor includes increasing the available livestock in the area? Do you think goats can be helpful to Haitian families? If you answered YES to any of these, then continue reading!
Grateful to God and our generous supporters for helping Real Hope for Haiti to finish strong in 2015. For those of you who do not know, we are attempting to raise $50,000 by the end of 2015 for our programs to finish strong this year and launch into 2016 ready
As 2015 draws to a close, a few of our programs are in need of some extra help to finish the year strong. We have had some dear friends of Real Hope for Haiti contribute to a Finish Strong Matching Fund, so these programs can indeed finish 2015 strong and
Odnel starting volunteering soon after cholera started as a community health agent. He worked as a volunteer to educate about cholera and give first aid. He often sent patients to the cholera treatment center and collaborated with us and other organizations to fight against cholera. In 2014, we were able