Legacoop for Haiti “Let’s give a chance for a better future of Haiti populations and cooperatives”

Start Year:
End Year:
Budget (€):
Budget range (€):
100.001 - 300.000
Health and Social Services
Agriculture and Fishery
Type of Activity:
Budget Support, Donations
Emergency Aid and Relief
Training and Capacity Building
Social Integration
Institutional Building (i.e. advocacy, etc.)
Network Building and Strengthening
Financial Support and Investment
CEDP Organisation: Lead Organisation(s):
GVC (Italian NGO, member of Legacoop)
oxfam italy
medici senza frontiere
the association of vialet small farmers
the association of women of petit-goâve
recocas - reseau de coopératives cafetières du sud
graphes (ngo)
the national cooperative council of haiti

Project Objectives

To give support in re-building activities


In Petit-Goâve, in collaboration with partners, we support 1.700 members (gender balanced) of Vialet Small Farmers Association and their family; we rebuilt and equipped the processing plants and cooperative premises of Topla Cooperative; creation of a green house and training; indirect beneficiaries are 80.000 people living in Vialet. In Les Cayes: in collaboration with our partners, we supported the cooperatives members of RECOCAS over 2.000 coffee producers, 35% women members, 11 cooperatives. We provided tools and agricultural inputs to local cooperatives, technical assistance and advocacy to 300 coffee producers, we reactivated the local trading system and carried out training activity for local co-operators to improve quantity and quality of their production. Training and technical assistance provided to 1.000 small farmers, 70 women and their family. In Port Au Prince we supported the construction by MSF (Doctors Without Borders) of a module of the Mobile Emergency Hospital (composed by 250 containers) that will help with emergency hospitalization of Port Au Prince populations.



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