While more than 70 out of a hundred people in evacuated areas such as in the capital suffer from hunger and contagious disease mainly in developing working-class neighborhoods, the more or less developed neighborhoods of the economic elite are experiencing an increase in obesity and food waste. Today, the establishment of systems to ensure sustainable and environmentally friendly food production is of crucial importance.
Agricultural production and food consumption systems are at the heart of challenges which depend as much on the protection of ecosystems, their capacity to adequately feed populations, as on social equity and public health. This is why the AlbertBazile Foundation, through the VOTPAM and UFADI HAITI associations, have developed a program to help find new approaches to agriculture, its relationship to the land and to people, its impact on the ecosystem and food production. , and the roles of farmers and consumers.