|This joint venture seeks to support
and promote the long-term self-sustainability of the project
through local income of chicken sales every six weeks, with
recommended slots of down time for new batches of chickens.
Our children benefit from eating chicken as a source of protein
in their diet, as do the children in our Emmanuel orphanage
and the two other children’s homes that are beneficiaries
of our outreach program.
This partnership between Haiti Broilers
and Holy Seed is one that is already modeled in other orphanages
and communities across Haiti. Embracing total participation
of all interested parties, including the children themselves
is an exemplary model.
This model underscores the need for total
participation, commitment, responsibility and accountability
by all, with all, through all, for the benefit of all. It
is a win-win model that we all can learn from and replicate.
Seen above Eddie a Haiti Broilers engineer
As we focus on molding and shaping our children’s
lives within the home, we intend to partner with other local organizations
and initiatives to undergird our efforts toward complete self-sustainability.
We have been blessed to have the assistance of Haiti
Broilers to start us off with this poultry farming project that
will enable Semence Benie to produce chickens for both home consumption
and income-generation. We look forward to entering into other partnerships
with other organizations that share our values and vision.