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Thinking About Ourselves and Our Future: Rural Haitian Women Organize

“If we rural women can organize ourselves together to form a bloc, we could accomplish a lot of things,” says Yvette Michaud, founder of the National Coordinating Committee of Peasant Women (KONAFAP b … Read More»

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Environment and Food in Haiti: Two Crises, One Solution

In part II of an interview, Chavannes Jean-Baptiste discusses the role that agriculture can play in Haiti in addressing both the environmental and food crises. … Read More»

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Building an Agricultural Community: The Model Self-Sufficient Village in Haiti

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wyclef-jean/building-an-agricultural_b_580... (Huffington Post, May 18, 2010) Building an Agricultural Community: The Model Self-Sufficient Village in Haiti … Read More»

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Planting Trees in Place of Subsidies

In some ways I've flown through these past eight months in a haze. To get by from day to day... … Read More»

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Sage Kenya: Promoting Entrepreneurship Where it Matters the Most

SAGE Kenya is a country chapter of the Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship, a global community of teenage entrepreneurs sharing a common purpose. … Read More»

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A social entrepreneur is multi-dimensional

An avid follower of the women’s movement and as someone who embodies entrepreneurialism, my goal is to bring positive impact to women in all areas of my life. … Read More»

The High Stakes of Land

Women are the farmers of the world. Now their right to own land is being recognized as the key for ending global hunger. Read More »

"This whole land movement is in the same place that microfinance was in about 20 years ago."

Radha Friedman, Rural Development Institute

Visionary Leaders

The Next Green Frontier

For Women for Women International founder and CEO Zainab Salbi the green revolution starts with women. Read More »

"The time has come to make agricultural and environmental policy reflective of those most impacted by it."

Zainab Salbi

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Haiti: The Clock is set to Zero

Chavannes Jean-Baptiste is the Executive Director of the Peasant Movement of Papay (MPP by its Creole acronym) and the spokesperson for the National Peasant Movement of the Congress of Papay (MPNK … Read More»

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A Future for Agriculture, a Future for Haiti

We plant but we can’t produce or market. We plant but we have no food to eat. We want agriculture to improve so our country can live and so we peasants can live, too. … Read More»

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