• Haitian Pikliz - Organic

    HAITIAN PIKLIZ EASY RECIPE ORGANIC HOT & SPICY

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • 100% Organic Mango Francique from Haiti to USA

    Those Mangoes are from Haiti, their name is Mango Francique. They are 100% organic and they are the sweetest mango in the world. Haiti is the best place to go if you want to appreciate all the variety #girlfriend vs #boyfriend vlogger go viral #Blacklovers 2017 #twitterlovers #googlefans #family #googlefans #pregnant #vlogger #sellers #funny #funnyvideos #pranks #carpranks #pregnancytest #pregnancy #nicecar #surprise #separated #car #trucks #companies #Brazil #HAITI #Bahamas #DominicanRepublic #cruises #labadee #youtube #facebook #mentions #instagram #twitter #cook #viral #couples #travel

    published: 25 May 2015
  • How to Make Accra The Haitian Way (Organic Malanga)

    Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cookingthehaitianway/ Peel off the skin! MALANGA SALT OIL

    published: 07 Aug 2016
  • Turning organic waste into Biofuel "Bio-char" - Fuel solutions for Haiti

    Biochar Offers Solutions For Haiti - The University of Kentucky has joined forces with Community Development International or CDI, a non-profit organization, to help the country of Haiti raise awareness of the need for clean cook stoves and fuel in that country. A team from CDI was on the UK campus to give a demonstration on biochar, an organic waste that can be turned into a carbon-negitive cooking fuel. The problem is an environmental and public health issue in Haiti and UK is working with CDI to overcome those obstacles. CDI: http://www.cd-international.org

    published: 25 Sep 2013
  • Stopping land degradation in northern Haiti | Becca Harman | TEDxUTK

    Can we avoid human conflict by taking care of our shared lands? Becca Harman thinks the soil beneath our feet holds the answer to the conflicts that divide us. Her talk explores what's standing in the way of protecting the landscapes that strengthen communities. Becca Harman is currently pursuing her Masters in Soil Science with an emphasis on international development at UT. She received her Bachelor of Arts in History and French in 2010 before managing an organic farm in Dallas and working in agricultural development in northern Haiti. Her husband, David Harman, is currently a Masters in Fine Arts student in painting. She greatly looks forward to contributing to the efforts of the Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships during her time as a graduate student. This talk was given...

    published: 15 Sep 2016
  • Castor Oil for Hair Growth Haitian Palma Christi Potent Organic Pure Plant Hair Food Treatment All

    On Amazon: http://amzn.to/1F2WqXq

    published: 20 Nov 2014
  • Cafe Kreyol Origins heirloom Ethiopian strain of organic coffee grown in Haiti

    Hey everyone! We are excited to introduce you to a most exceptional coffee with a pure purpose. This coffee is an heirloom Ethiopian strain that is grown in Haiti and nurtured in the same soil type and enviornment as Jamaican Blue Mountian coffee. The coffee beans are roasted fresh by Cafe Kreyol as they are ordered, bringing you the freshest product available. This coffee has a well pronounced aroma with a sweet taste and velvety texture that will leave you more than satisfied. But it is not only the fresh flavor and pristine quality that makes this coffee unique, it is also the story behind how this great coffee has made a life for farmers in Haiti; bringing in money for themselves and the surrounding communities they live in. Please watch and enjoy this video explaining the origins of C...

    published: 22 Oct 2013
  • Composting Toilets in Haiti: Redefining Waste as a Resource - OAEC/SOIL

    Please DONATE to help two Haitian ecologists attend a Permaculture Design Certification course at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center this Fall: http://bit.ly/1rq4twq Through Community Resilience Design, the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center's permaculture-based collaboration with Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) is supporting Haiti to transform human waste into resources. SOIL's project of community-based composting toilets not only improves public health through water quality improvement and disease reduction, but also increases local economic sustainability through job creation and a valuable product--nutrient-rich soil. Community Resilience Design (CRD) is a facilitated process that builds the capacity of place-based communities to thrive by adapting to changed and ...

    published: 20 Aug 2014
  • How To Make Haitian Pikliz (Picklese).

    A quick and simple way to make a classic Caribbean condiment called pik liz. Pik liz or picklese is a traditional Haitian spicy condiment, with fresh scotch bonnet peppers, cabbage, shredded carrot, cloves, garlic, salt and other flavorful ingredients. Balancing the texture of a coleslaw and the heat of scotch bonnet peppers, you'll quickly get addicted to this wonderful condiment. You'll need... 2 cups shredded cabbage 1 large carrot 1 cup bell pepper (green, orange, red) 1 onion 2 scallions 6 scotch bonnet peppers 4 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon salt 12-14 peppercorns 2 cups vinegar (see note) 1/2 lime juice * 4 cloves (traditionally used) More Caribbean recipes can be found at http://www.caribbeanpot.com Get my latest cookbook, The Vibrant Caribbean Pot - 60 Traditional And Fusion Recip...

    published: 21 May 2013
  • AP looks at Haiti's mango industry, one of nation's biggest exports

    (14 Aug 2010) Cabaret - 12 August 2010 1. Pan of mango trees on farm 2. Various of mango trees and mangoes 3. Various of man catching mangoes with sack 4. Farmer Paul Joseph Merize showing mango 5. Close-up of mango in Merize's hand 6. SOUNDBITE (Creole) Paul Joseph Merize, Mango farmer: "The Francique mango is a produce that is extremely important, especially for the farmer. The Francique mango is an agricultural product that allows us to earn more, it allows us to bring in the-so-called 'big US dollars' into the country. It is also an opportunity for the farmer to get some money in his pocket." Port-au-Prince - 10 August, 2010 7. Pan of mangoes in exporter plant 8. Various shots of mangoes 9. Various set-up shots of Ralph Perry, owner of R. Perry mango exporter 10. Cl...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Haiti's food crisis

    A short video by freelance reporter Carmen Gentile on the food crisis in Haiti earlier this year. Food shortages continue to plague the impoverished Caribbean nation.

    published: 11 Dec 2008
  • promoting our Cultures, Let's all eat 100% ORGANIC Haitian food to stay healthy

    Let's eat food produced in Haiti to Improve local food production, boost Haiti's economy and stay healthy at the same time - Please help us promote the beauty of Haïti. "LIKE & SHARE" Haiti Tourism Television Facebook page: www.facebook.com/haititourism

    published: 26 Sep 2014
  • Haiti Cacao | Cacao Organic | Culture | Produit Local | Nou Pou Vann C-PROJECTS

    All Haitian Products are ORGANIC| Cacao Organic | Culture | Produit Local | Nou Pou Vann C-PROJECTS C-PROJECTS http://www.facebook.com/25katye http://www.twitter.com/cprojects FAMILY SENCI http://www.facebook.com/familysenci http://www.twitter.com/familysenci http://www.familysenci.com HAITI RAP CREOLE http://www.facebook.com/radiorapcreole KFM PARTNERS http://www.facebook.com/kfmpartners http://www.twitter.com/kfmpartners Growing a Better Future for Cocoa Farmers in Haiti -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com

    published: 27 Jan 2014
  • How Can Haiti Dig Itself Out Of Deep Poverty - Rwanda Model

    When it comes to Haiti, the media mostly show slums, deep poverty, corruption...etc... Yes, it is true Haiti has a lot of problems but not too many people seem to have a solution. Haitians are smart enough to get the country moving in a positive direction. However, we need a working model to emulate. We strongly suggest the Haitian politicians to study the Rwanda Model for Economic Growth. In addition, the Haiti politicians also need to study Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. Just like we did. The Rwanda Model consist of the following techniques: 1) Low Corruption 2) Pro Investment Policy Reforms (Foreign companies have to employ 70% Haitian workers, provide training and transfer of knowledge). 3) Special Economic Zone 4) Security (Being Able to Walk Outside at Night) 5) Regulatory F...

    published: 29 Jan 2018
  • BOB MARLEY - A TRIBUTE TO FREEDOM - CAFE ORGANIC - HAITI

    LIFE - KIKO TRU RASTA - ZIKIKI YIZRA'EL - REBEL LAYONN - JAEL AUGUSTE - MIRLA YIZRA'EL Les Meilleurs artistes reggae étaient réuni dans les jardins de cafe organic samedi 15 février 2014 pour rendre hommage au plus grand nom de l'histoire du reggae. http://cafeorganic.olympe.in/wordpress/ https://www.facebook.com/LesJardinsDeCafeOrganic?fref=ts https://twitter.com/CafeOrganic1 http://instagram.com/cafeorganic

    published: 22 Feb 2014
  • Free organic Smothies in Carlin Park 03/11/17

    For a organic Farm In haiti! We can't wait to see all of Jupiter come out! We Really wanna be overwhelmed with love from the community

    published: 04 Mar 2017
  • Amaral, a Haitian Beekeeper, has raw organic honey for sale

    Amaral has been learning how to take care of bees in the United States with Winter Park Honey. He has several hives in Haiti and will soon have honey for sale. Since Amaral does not have access to pesticides and no pesticides are sprayed anywhere near his beehives, his honey is truly organice. Contact Amaral to purchase some of the purist honey money can buy.

    published: 16 May 2015
  • Improving maternity care in Haiti

    Mothers and babies have a higher chance of dying in Haiti than anywhere else in the western hemisphere. The FT's Jude Webber reports from the capital Port-au-Prince on how Médecins Sans Frontières is battling to improve the odds. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 13 Dec 2016
  • Organic soap donations to the orphans in Haiti

    Just sent over 1,000 bars of organic soap to the orphans in Haiti, that's roughly 275 pounds of soap. Future of Haiti Organization #donations #orphans #soapdonations #futureofhaiti #haiti #christmas #donate #orphan #aspenkaynaturals #itstimetogiveback #momblog #momblogger #children #healtheworld #payitforward

    published: 13 Dec 2016
  • Organic farm in Haiti

    This is for a gofund me project to raise money for an organic farm for an orphanage in Haiti so they can always have their own food right in their yard.

    published: 25 Oct 2016
  • Haitian culture and food

    Haitian food and culture

    published: 16 Jan 2010
  • Les Mille et Une Nuits Haitienne - Robert Martino Group - Cafe Organic - Haiti

    Les Mille et Une Nuits Haïtienne | CHAQUE VENDREDI Vendredi 2 Mai 2014 Robert Martino Group - Henry Celestin - Misty Jean and Friends Chaque Vendredi @ Cafe Organic Adm : 500 HTG 17 RUE MANGONES BERTHE , PETIONVILLE, HAITI +50922277702 / +50936599989 cafeorganicsa@gmail.com

    published: 06 May 2014
  • Acerola Cerise applying organic insecteside in Haiti

    Our Chery farm in Leogane, Haiti has small flies all over the new forming branches, In creole they call them pichon. We have cooked up a natural insectecide which contain pepper, tabaco, garlic, and soap.

    published: 15 Feb 2014
  • Regenerative agriculture -- a solution to climate change | Ben Dobson | TEDxHudson

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. What if we could reverse global warming with just one methodological shift? Can the way we farm radically impact not just our output but also overwhelming wide-ranging concerns for our environment, hunger, and poverty? Ben Dobson has a unique, personal perspective on how we can make universal changes. Growing up on an organic farm in Hillsdale, NY, Dobson was raised in an environment that was conscious of the ground. Having established multiple organic agriculture businesses in the Northeast, dabbled in coffee importation from Haiti, and assisted in producing and exporting organic products from the Dominican Republic, Dobson has now returned to his roots. He is currently working to plan and trans...

    published: 04 Dec 2014
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Haitian Pikliz - Organic
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Haitian Pikliz - Organic

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HAITIAN PIKLIZ EASY RECIPE ORGANIC HOT & SPICY
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100% Organic Mango Francique from Haiti to USA
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100% Organic Mango Francique from Haiti to USA

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Those Mangoes are from Haiti, their name is Mango Francique. They are 100% organic and they are the sweetest mango in the world. Haiti is the best place to go if you want to appreciate all the variety #girlfriend vs #boyfriend vlogger go viral #Blacklovers 2017 #twitterlovers #googlefans #family #googlefans #pregnant #vlogger #sellers #funny #funnyvideos #pranks #carpranks #pregnancytest #pregnancy #nicecar #surprise #separated #car #trucks #companies #Brazil #HAITI #Bahamas #DominicanRepublic #cruises #labadee #youtube #facebook #mentions #instagram #twitter #cook #viral #couples #travel
https://wn.com/100_Organic_Mango_Francique_From_Haiti_To_USA
How to Make Accra The Haitian Way (Organic Malanga)
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How to Make Accra The Haitian Way (Organic Malanga)

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Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cookingthehaitianway/ Peel off the skin! MALANGA SALT OIL
https://wn.com/How_To_Make_Accra_The_Haitian_Way_(Organic_Malanga)
Turning organic waste into Biofuel "Bio-char" - Fuel solutions for Haiti
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Turning organic waste into Biofuel "Bio-char" - Fuel solutions for Haiti

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Biochar Offers Solutions For Haiti - The University of Kentucky has joined forces with Community Development International or CDI, a non-profit organization, to help the country of Haiti raise awareness of the need for clean cook stoves and fuel in that country. A team from CDI was on the UK campus to give a demonstration on biochar, an organic waste that can be turned into a carbon-negitive cooking fuel. The problem is an environmental and public health issue in Haiti and UK is working with CDI to overcome those obstacles. CDI: http://www.cd-international.org
https://wn.com/Turning_Organic_Waste_Into_Biofuel_Bio_Char_Fuel_Solutions_For_Haiti
Stopping land degradation in northern Haiti | Becca Harman | TEDxUTK
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Stopping land degradation in northern Haiti | Becca Harman | TEDxUTK

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2016
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Can we avoid human conflict by taking care of our shared lands? Becca Harman thinks the soil beneath our feet holds the answer to the conflicts that divide us. Her talk explores what's standing in the way of protecting the landscapes that strengthen communities. Becca Harman is currently pursuing her Masters in Soil Science with an emphasis on international development at UT. She received her Bachelor of Arts in History and French in 2010 before managing an organic farm in Dallas and working in agricultural development in northern Haiti. Her husband, David Harman, is currently a Masters in Fine Arts student in painting. She greatly looks forward to contributing to the efforts of the Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships during her time as a graduate student. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
https://wn.com/Stopping_Land_Degradation_In_Northern_Haiti_|_Becca_Harman_|_Tedxutk
Castor Oil for Hair Growth Haitian Palma Christi Potent Organic Pure Plant Hair Food Treatment   All
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Castor Oil for Hair Growth Haitian Palma Christi Potent Organic Pure Plant Hair Food Treatment All

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  • Updated: 20 Nov 2014
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On Amazon: http://amzn.to/1F2WqXq
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Cafe Kreyol Origins  heirloom Ethiopian strain of organic coffee grown in Haiti
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Cafe Kreyol Origins heirloom Ethiopian strain of organic coffee grown in Haiti

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  • Updated: 22 Oct 2013
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Hey everyone! We are excited to introduce you to a most exceptional coffee with a pure purpose. This coffee is an heirloom Ethiopian strain that is grown in Haiti and nurtured in the same soil type and enviornment as Jamaican Blue Mountian coffee. The coffee beans are roasted fresh by Cafe Kreyol as they are ordered, bringing you the freshest product available. This coffee has a well pronounced aroma with a sweet taste and velvety texture that will leave you more than satisfied. But it is not only the fresh flavor and pristine quality that makes this coffee unique, it is also the story behind how this great coffee has made a life for farmers in Haiti; bringing in money for themselves and the surrounding communities they live in. Please watch and enjoy this video explaining the origins of Cafe Kreyol and the reclaiming of the remarkable Haitian Bleu coffee bean. Until next time - BE WELL! Produced and Directed By: Chris Rigueur
https://wn.com/Cafe_Kreyol_Origins_Heirloom_Ethiopian_Strain_Of_Organic_Coffee_Grown_In_Haiti
Composting Toilets in Haiti: Redefining Waste as a Resource - OAEC/SOIL
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Composting Toilets in Haiti: Redefining Waste as a Resource - OAEC/SOIL

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  • Updated: 20 Aug 2014
  • views: 3415
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Please DONATE to help two Haitian ecologists attend a Permaculture Design Certification course at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center this Fall: http://bit.ly/1rq4twq Through Community Resilience Design, the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center's permaculture-based collaboration with Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) is supporting Haiti to transform human waste into resources. SOIL's project of community-based composting toilets not only improves public health through water quality improvement and disease reduction, but also increases local economic sustainability through job creation and a valuable product--nutrient-rich soil. Community Resilience Design (CRD) is a facilitated process that builds the capacity of place-based communities to thrive by adapting to changed and changing ecological and social conditions overtime. CRD enables groups to better address their social, cultural, ecological and economic needs by deepen ecological understanding of their place, strengthen practices of self-governance through collaborative decision-making, and increasing social cohesion and personal welfare through collective work.
https://wn.com/Composting_Toilets_In_Haiti_Redefining_Waste_As_A_Resource_Oaec_Soil
How To Make Haitian Pikliz (Picklese).
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How To Make Haitian Pikliz (Picklese).

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A quick and simple way to make a classic Caribbean condiment called pik liz. Pik liz or picklese is a traditional Haitian spicy condiment, with fresh scotch bonnet peppers, cabbage, shredded carrot, cloves, garlic, salt and other flavorful ingredients. Balancing the texture of a coleslaw and the heat of scotch bonnet peppers, you'll quickly get addicted to this wonderful condiment. You'll need... 2 cups shredded cabbage 1 large carrot 1 cup bell pepper (green, orange, red) 1 onion 2 scallions 6 scotch bonnet peppers 4 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon salt 12-14 peppercorns 2 cups vinegar (see note) 1/2 lime juice * 4 cloves (traditionally used) More Caribbean recipes can be found at http://www.caribbeanpot.com Get my latest cookbook, The Vibrant Caribbean Pot - 60 Traditional And Fusion Recipes Vol 1 @ http://www.CaribbeanPot.com/book/ Connect with me... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Caribbean-Pot/160863714535 Twitter: https://twitter.com/obzokee Instagram: caribbeanpot Contact: http://caribbeanpot.com/contact/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/caribbeanpot/the-caribbean-pot/
https://wn.com/How_To_Make_Haitian_Pikliz_(Picklese).
AP looks at Haiti's mango industry, one of nation's biggest exports
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AP looks at Haiti's mango industry, one of nation's biggest exports

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(14 Aug 2010) Cabaret - 12 August 2010 1. Pan of mango trees on farm 2. Various of mango trees and mangoes 3. Various of man catching mangoes with sack 4. Farmer Paul Joseph Merize showing mango 5. Close-up of mango in Merize's hand 6. SOUNDBITE (Creole) Paul Joseph Merize, Mango farmer: "The Francique mango is a produce that is extremely important, especially for the farmer. The Francique mango is an agricultural product that allows us to earn more, it allows us to bring in the-so-called 'big US dollars' into the country. It is also an opportunity for the farmer to get some money in his pocket." Port-au-Prince - 10 August, 2010 7. Pan of mangoes in exporter plant 8. Various shots of mangoes 9. Various set-up shots of Ralph Perry, owner of R. Perry mango exporter 10. Close-up of Perry's hand with mango 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Ralph Perry, Owner of R. Perry mango exporter: "The whole production was thirty percent less (then previous years). By and large, when you say if it was a good season I said 'yes'. If you had asked me in January, February after the earthquake, if we were going to have some kind of a season, I would not really think so. So, we are lucky. We are lucky we get that and maybe next year we'll get a better one." 12. Pan of R. Perry crates with mangoes in them 13. Mangoes on display 14. Former US President George W. Bush shaking hands with farmers 15. Close up of mango, zoom out to wide of Bush standing with farmers 16. Haitian Agriculture Minister Joanas Gue looking at mangoes 17. SOUNDBITE: (French) Joanas Gue, Haitian Minister of Agriculture: "We need to improve a little bit the transportation system and the conditions in which the mango is brought from the farm to the warehouse." Cabaret - 12 August, 2010 18. Wide of man riding motorcycle down damaged road 19. Trucks driving down road 20. Truck fixing damaged road 21. Detail of truck clearing rubble off road 22. Wide of sign informing of construction of mango treatment centre 23. Wide of men working on building 24. Various of construction site STORYLINE: Exporting mangoes has the potential to earn earthquake devastated Haiti some 90 (m) million US dollars a year, industry leaders believe, and improve the lives of tens of thousands of mango farmers scattered around the country. Mangoes are among the world's most popular fruit, and are gaining popularity in the US and in Europe. But in Haiti, the mango is something more: a symbol for the country's potential, and its dysfunction. Mangoes are the country's second biggest export and a 10 (m) million US dollar a year industry, behind coffee. Yet bruised mangoes and a lack of irrigation thwart many crops. Bad roads and the unavailability of seemingly simple tools such as plastic crates to transport the mangoes have also threatened the success of the country's mango export in recent years. In 2009, only about 10 percent of the annual crop was exported. That was before the January 12th earthquake. Ralph Perry, who owns a mango warehouse and a mango export business that ships to stores such as Whole Foods in the United States, said there are many obstacles from getting the fruit from "tree to truck." Sometimes farmers sell the fruit too early, allowing it to be picked when unripe. Other times, they don't have proper pruning tools. And the fruit is often so damaged that between 20-40 percent of the harvest is lost somewhere between picking and exporting, and Perry knows that customers at Whole Foods, who pay 2 US dollars a mango, don't want bruised fruit. "If you had asked me in January, February after the earthquake, if we were going to have some kind of a season, I would not really think so," said Perry. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0569dc06a8613c9c4a615cfee45aae0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Haiti's food crisis
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Haiti's food crisis

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A short video by freelance reporter Carmen Gentile on the food crisis in Haiti earlier this year. Food shortages continue to plague the impoverished Caribbean nation.
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promoting our Cultures, Let's all eat 100% ORGANIC Haitian food to stay healthy
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promoting our Cultures, Let's all eat 100% ORGANIC Haitian food to stay healthy

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Let's eat food produced in Haiti to Improve local food production, boost Haiti's economy and stay healthy at the same time - Please help us promote the beauty of Haïti. "LIKE & SHARE" Haiti Tourism Television Facebook page: www.facebook.com/haititourism
https://wn.com/Promoting_Our_Cultures,_Let's_All_Eat_100_Organic_Haitian_Food_To_Stay_Healthy
Haiti Cacao | Cacao Organic | Culture | Produit Local | Nou Pou Vann C-PROJECTS
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Haiti Cacao | Cacao Organic | Culture | Produit Local | Nou Pou Vann C-PROJECTS

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All Haitian Products are ORGANIC| Cacao Organic | Culture | Produit Local | Nou Pou Vann C-PROJECTS C-PROJECTS http://www.facebook.com/25katye http://www.twitter.com/cprojects FAMILY SENCI http://www.facebook.com/familysenci http://www.twitter.com/familysenci http://www.familysenci.com HAITI RAP CREOLE http://www.facebook.com/radiorapcreole KFM PARTNERS http://www.facebook.com/kfmpartners http://www.twitter.com/kfmpartners Growing a Better Future for Cocoa Farmers in Haiti -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
https://wn.com/Haiti_Cacao_|_Cacao_Organic_|_Culture_|_Produit_Local_|_Nou_Pou_Vann_C_Projects
How Can Haiti Dig Itself Out Of Deep Poverty - Rwanda Model
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How Can Haiti Dig Itself Out Of Deep Poverty - Rwanda Model

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When it comes to Haiti, the media mostly show slums, deep poverty, corruption...etc... Yes, it is true Haiti has a lot of problems but not too many people seem to have a solution. Haitians are smart enough to get the country moving in a positive direction. However, we need a working model to emulate. We strongly suggest the Haitian politicians to study the Rwanda Model for Economic Growth. In addition, the Haiti politicians also need to study Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. Just like we did. The Rwanda Model consist of the following techniques: 1) Low Corruption 2) Pro Investment Policy Reforms (Foreign companies have to employ 70% Haitian workers, provide training and transfer of knowledge). 3) Special Economic Zone 4) Security (Being Able to Walk Outside at Night) 5) Regulatory Framework 6) Register Business in 6 Hours 7) Infrastructure: 24 Hour Electricity, Clean Water, Sewer and Sanitation System, Roads, Highways with Tolls. It is not safe to drink water from the tap in Haiti. The country needs to invest in a water and sewer system. 8) Performance Metrics and public administration educational courses and seminars for Government Workers 9) Accountability of moneys in each Governmental Department. Be transparent. Publish to the Haitian citizens how much money was received and how the money was spent. 10) Leadership and Clear Government Vision 11) Collecting Taxes, Tariffs and Fees 12) Agriculture Export and the Country Being Able to Feed Itself (For Haiti ORGANIC Agriculture is important vs Knowledge Base) 13) Decentralization 14) State-of-the-art Conference Center for the Region (able to receive business people from all over the world) 15) Tourism (Commercial and Eco-Tourism) 15) Property Rights - Allow the People to Own Land 16) Deforestation Solutions 17) Manufacturing 18) Technology Improvements - Telecommunication 19) Micro Lending 20) Minimize Bribery 21) Delivery of Services to the People 22) Human Capital Investment (No Natural Resources / No Land Concessions) Haiti has oil, gold, iridium, uranium etc... Unfortunately mining has negative impacts on the environment (e.g., increased possibility of earthquakes and soil/water contamination). Furthermore, will mining companies build Haiti's infrastructure??? Haiti's soil is very rich, the minerals are worth billions of dollars and theoretically Haiti can dig itself out of deep poverty by selling mining permits. But to what cost? There are other ways for Haiti get out of deep poverty and this is what we are trying to explore. Other countries may have a national plan for Haiti which may not be in our best interest. We need our own. 23) Universal Education 24) Universal Health Care (Haiti need at least one Level 1 Trauma Center and at least one Level 3 hospital in each of its 10 departments). A level 1 Trauma Center in Haiti should not be more than 130 million dollars USD and a Level 3 hospital with 300 beds should cost about 25 million dollars USD. So, under 400 million dollars USD, Haiti will have hospitals all over the country. The challenges will be the cost of equipment, preventing people from stealing the equipment and the cost of paying hospital employees. 25) Coordinating the army of NGOs in Haiti to verify if they are meeting their objectives (i.e., planting trees/reforestation - verify if they are being planted and if they are not being cut down again) How can Haiti raise money to build its infrastructure? a. Haiti does not need to do everything on its own. Haiti needs international partners to invest in the country. Haiti can offer incentives to businesses to come to Haiti. b. Fees, Tariffs and Taxes: Money Transfer Fees, Telecommunication Fees, Tourist Tax, Airplane Ticket Tax, Import Tariffs, Toll Roads, Blanket Yearly Fee on Diaspora...etc... Haiti can easily raise between 2 to 4 billion dollars per year. This is a Haitian solution which can bring 20 to 40 billion dollars in 10 years. For a small country like Haiti, in less than 10 years the country can have a decent infrastructure and will be at least out of deep poverty!!! In conclusion there are 3 main steps: *Emulate the Rwanda Model with some adjustments to fit Haiti's needs (such as focusing on agriculture, tourism, and a mixed/diversified economy) *Control Corruption *Raise Funds from Haitians Living in Haiti and the diaspora / Make it easier for investors to come in. LOW CORRUPTION AND UNITY IS KEY!!! ***NOTE: If we control corruption and follow Rwanda's Economic Model, we can have a different country in less than 10 years. As follows: Haitian money (Petro Caribe loan, fees, taxes... up to 2.6 billion per year can be raised), some foreign aid (1.4 billion dollar package from the international community has already been approved), and making it attractive for Haitian companies and international investors to come to Haiti. Can Haitians overcome its selfish mentality, stop fighting each other and work together to develop the country?
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BOB MARLEY - A TRIBUTE TO FREEDOM - CAFE ORGANIC - HAITI
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BOB MARLEY - A TRIBUTE TO FREEDOM - CAFE ORGANIC - HAITI

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LIFE - KIKO TRU RASTA - ZIKIKI YIZRA'EL - REBEL LAYONN - JAEL AUGUSTE - MIRLA YIZRA'EL Les Meilleurs artistes reggae étaient réuni dans les jardins de cafe organic samedi 15 février 2014 pour rendre hommage au plus grand nom de l'histoire du reggae. http://cafeorganic.olympe.in/wordpress/ https://www.facebook.com/LesJardinsDeCafeOrganic?fref=ts https://twitter.com/CafeOrganic1 http://instagram.com/cafeorganic
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Free organic Smothies in Carlin Park 03/11/17
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Free organic Smothies in Carlin Park 03/11/17

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For a organic Farm In haiti! We can't wait to see all of Jupiter come out! We Really wanna be overwhelmed with love from the community
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Amaral, a Haitian Beekeeper, has raw organic honey for sale
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Amaral, a Haitian Beekeeper, has raw organic honey for sale

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Amaral has been learning how to take care of bees in the United States with Winter Park Honey. He has several hives in Haiti and will soon have honey for sale. Since Amaral does not have access to pesticides and no pesticides are sprayed anywhere near his beehives, his honey is truly organice. Contact Amaral to purchase some of the purist honey money can buy.
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Improving maternity care in Haiti
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Improving maternity care in Haiti

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Mothers and babies have a higher chance of dying in Haiti than anywhere else in the western hemisphere. The FT's Jude Webber reports from the capital Port-au-Prince on how Médecins Sans Frontières is battling to improve the odds. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Organic soap donations to the orphans in Haiti
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Organic soap donations to the orphans in Haiti

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Just sent over 1,000 bars of organic soap to the orphans in Haiti, that's roughly 275 pounds of soap. Future of Haiti Organization #donations #orphans #soapdonations #futureofhaiti #haiti #christmas #donate #orphan #aspenkaynaturals #itstimetogiveback #momblog #momblogger #children #healtheworld #payitforward
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Organic farm in Haiti
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Organic farm in Haiti

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This is for a gofund me project to raise money for an organic farm for an orphanage in Haiti so they can always have their own food right in their yard.
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Haitian culture and food
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Haitian culture and food

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Haitian food and culture
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Les Mille et Une Nuits Haitienne - Robert Martino Group - Cafe Organic - Haiti
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Les Mille et Une Nuits Haitienne - Robert Martino Group - Cafe Organic - Haiti

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Les Mille et Une Nuits Haïtienne | CHAQUE VENDREDI Vendredi 2 Mai 2014 Robert Martino Group - Henry Celestin - Misty Jean and Friends Chaque Vendredi @ Cafe Organic Adm : 500 HTG 17 RUE MANGONES BERTHE , PETIONVILLE, HAITI +50922277702 / +50936599989 cafeorganicsa@gmail.com
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Acerola Cerise applying organic insecteside in Haiti
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Acerola Cerise applying organic insecteside in Haiti

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Our Chery farm in Leogane, Haiti has small flies all over the new forming branches, In creole they call them pichon. We have cooked up a natural insectecide which contain pepper, tabaco, garlic, and soap.
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Regenerative agriculture -- a solution to climate change | Ben Dobson | TEDxHudson
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Regenerative agriculture -- a solution to climate change | Ben Dobson | TEDxHudson

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. What if we could reverse global warming with just one methodological shift? Can the way we farm radically impact not just our output but also overwhelming wide-ranging concerns for our environment, hunger, and poverty? Ben Dobson has a unique, personal perspective on how we can make universal changes. Growing up on an organic farm in Hillsdale, NY, Dobson was raised in an environment that was conscious of the ground. Having established multiple organic agriculture businesses in the Northeast, dabbled in coffee importation from Haiti, and assisted in producing and exporting organic products from the Dominican Republic, Dobson has now returned to his roots. He is currently working to plan and transition Stone House Farm in Livingston, NY, into an organic and sustainable producer. Implementing the “no-till” method, the transition of Stone House Farm is based on holistic management of our land to retain and rebalance the earth and bring healthy grains and meats to local markets. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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