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FIDA 13th Annual PRE Golf Tournament UPDATE AUGUST 2020

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FIDA 13th Annual Golf Tournament UPDATE JUNE 2020

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FIDA 13th Annual Golf Tournament NEW DATE APRIL 2020

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FIDA eNewsletter April 2020

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FIDA 13th Annual Golf Tournament MARCH 2020

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2021 Earthquake Relief (Grand Anse) 2021-2023

The August 14, 2021 earthquake that struck the southest part of Haiti, affected three pcH-established cooperatives representing approximately 2,500 members. The organization responded with temporary shelters, relief supplies and mobile clinics that met the medical needs of 2,741 patients plus the ability to perform 39 surgeries.

 A second level response addresses a reconstruction strategy.

Term: 2021-2023
Cost: $350,000 USD
Funder/Partner:
Hope International Development Agency (HIDA)/Private Donors
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FIDA eNewsletter February 2020

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Mobile Clinic Extension

This is a one year mobile clinic extension program servicing five additional areas where FIDA/pcH has invested in cooperative formation. It is privately funded with intent to assess the capacity of the respective communities in terms of scaling up the concept of the Fon Batis pilot.

Cost: $120,000 CAD
Term: 2020-2021
Funder/Partner: Significant Anonymous Donor
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pcH Community Transformation 2020-2023

This is a three year project funded by World Renew (approx $42,000 USD) in the community of Goget in Grand Anse Department. The community initiatives are conducted by the KPG Cooperative focused largely on yam production and storage. The objectives of the project include training on seed treatment, storage techniques, etc for the purpose of improving crop production and yields. 

Cost: $42,000 USD
Term: 2020-2023
Funder/Partner: World Renew
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Zoranger Agriculture

This is an 18 month project funded by Premier Equipment Ltd, a John Deere Dealership based in Elmira, Ontario. Located in the Zoranger area in the West Department the objective is to establish two seed producing nurseries of significant varieties that will contribute to the economic  advancement of the cooperatives as well address reforestation.  Varieties will include cedar, tamarind, soursop, avocado , papaya and mango and training in seed replication and grafting methods.

Cost: $53,000 USD
Term: 2020-2021
Funder/Partner: Premier Equipment Ltd.
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