Haiti Coffee is working collaboratively in Haiti with other companies and NGO's to revitalize the coffee industry and to facilitate export. With the help of Haiti's own Makouti Agro Enterprise and Partners of the Americas Farmer to Farmer program, farmers now have a voice, access to knowledge and a route to access resources to redevelop their agricultural heritage to its former glory. Collaborating with Haiti Coffee.com, Inc. now provides the individual and the merchant the opportunity to have this unique java taste on hand direct from the farmers. Haiti Coffee is also committed to the rebirth of Haiti, formerly known as The Pearl of the Antilles.
Makouti Agro Enterprise is a diversified agriculture business and marketing cooperative owned and operated in Haiti. Established in 2004, Makouti has more than 1,000 producers of a wide variety of agricultural products such as honey, rabbit, coffee, chocolate, fruits, and vegetables. In order to cultivate the agricultural business in Haiti, Makouti provides equipment, training, technical assistance, and transportation for start-up ventures. In return, Makouti receives a percentage of the final product.
Partners of the Americas Farmer to Farmer Program provides technical assistance to local agricultural producers, producer organizations, and agribusinesses throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Through the program, U.S. agricultural volunteers share their knowledge on an individual basis to help increase farm production and farmer incomes while preserving the natural resource base.
Multinational Exchange for Sustainable Agriculture (MESA) connects farmers and sustainable food advocates around the world for participatory training and cross-cultural exchange to strengthen local, resilient food systems worldwide. Since 1997, MESA has sponsored over 600 global farm stewards at over 250 U.S. host placements. MESA proudly offers the only J-1 Training and Cultural Exchange Program--as designated by the U.S. Department of State--to solely facilitate a "share and learn" experience on behalf of sustainable agriculture for small-scale farmers and grassroots activists.
Almana Harvest benefits women in the world of coffee by promoting and protecting gender diverse trade.
Almana Harvest is currently working in conjunction with the International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) to harvest fees and contributions from a selected network of socially responsible coffee suppliers and customers that will result in direct support for women in the world of coffee at countries of origin.
Kay Tita, A sustainable community resource organization that cultivates partnerships, raises capital, and facilitates impact investing opportunities in Port-au-Prince.