The Haiti Agenda

For haiti, our mission is to drive impact through education, environmental concervation through tree planting and distribution of Panda cookers
 
 


Tree planting mission

We understand that enviromental conservation is key for Haiti as a state. This is why ALLGREEN Energy NV plans to plant approximately 200,000 fruit trees in the next 10 years as well as reduce or stop the use of wood for cooking. All the students through our school are required to plant atleast 5 fruit trees per year.


 


Distribution of panda cookers

The world has changed and so is how people use energy in our daily lives. For Haiti, ALLGREEN Energy NV plans to distribute 7,000 Panda cookers in the country. This will save 500,000 tonnes of carbon credits.


Join us as we
bring education
to Haiti

BACKGROUND: In 2006 we started by recruiting children from age of 8 years who were sex slaves into the Lakdesa school. The first recruits have now graduated in different occupations, but more still need to be educated.


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Learning
facilities

We have built and maintained Lakdesa Community School for the Haitian community with modern school facilities including internet (online) connectivity.


Employment
opportunities

We have created employment opportunities for locals who serve in diffrent capacities at the school. Currently we have 50 teachers and they should increase to 80.

Infrastructure development

Since 2006, Allgreen Energy has taken care of all Lakdesa Community School needs including safe accommodation, meals, utilities, and more.


Teachers
welfare

We have impacted Teacher’s welfare at the school by availing teachers with; decent meals, medical care and income generating projects, among others.

 

Where we work - Haiti

Haiti is a Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic to its east. Though it’s still recovering from a 2010 earthquake, many of Haiti's landmarks dating to the early 19th century remain intact. These include Citadelle la Ferrière, a mountaintop fortress, and the nearby ruins of Sans-Souci Palace, the baroque former royal home of King Henry I. Capital: Port-au-Prince Continent: North America Population: 11.4 million (2020) World Ban



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