The Environment can be Haiti's way out of poverty
Haiti is known as the poorest country in the Americas. Among other things, Haiti’s poverty is the direct result of decades of exploitation of the environment.
With trees, the country can reclaim acres of forest areas to revert soil degradation and positively impact the livelihood and health of local communities.
Trees will stop soil erosion, protect biodiversity, create jobs and make local communities become more resilient towards climate change.