Category Archives: Haiti Projects

Haitian Team Members In America

JULY 9 - Haitian Team Members are in America! Hotes Foundation Haitian team members are in America today! James & Lenny are visiting the Seattle office and spending time with us while receiving training. This is their first time traveling to the United States. Follow their adventures here as they experience the contrast between life in Haiti...

See How a Cistern Helps Feed A Village of 700

Deforestation in Haiti has caused periodic droughts and floods throughout the country, ruining crops for struggling small farmers. As it is often the only source of income and nutrition in Haiti, the ability to grow food is crucial for rural villagers to survive. The Hotes Foundation is working hard to fix this issue. In 2015, the Hotes Foundation sponsored a cistern-building project where Haitian volunteers worked alongside trained masons to dig and pave a 30,000-gallon open-air cistern. The cistern collects rainwater for watering crops that are harvested for the feeding program in the village and reforestation projects in the surrounding land. The first cistern was so effective that the Hotes Foundation built a second one!