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Nourishing Haiti: Haitian Development Network Foundation’s Vision for a Sustainable Future


Washington, DC – May 8th, 2024 – In the face of mounting challenges, the Haitian Development Network Foundation (HDN Foundation), led by the visionary Jacques Jonassaint, is spearheading a transformative initiative to combat food insecurity in Haiti. With a steadfast commitment to building a sustainable future, HDN Foundation is harnessing the power of community-driven solutions to address the root causes of hunger and empower Haitians towards self-sufficiency.

Haiti, a nation rich in culture and resilience, is grappling with the devastating effects of food insecurity, exacerbated by systemic challenges and external pressures. As nearly half of the population struggles to access adequate nutrition, HDN Foundation recognizes the urgency of the situation and is taking bold steps to enact meaningful change.

“At HDN Foundation, we believe that nourishing Haiti is not just a mission; it’s a moral imperative,” says Jacques Jonassaint, former Special Envoy of President Emile Jonassaint to the Clinton Administration. “By addressing the underlying factors contributing to food insecurity and investing in sustainable solutions, we can pave the way for a brighter future for all Haitians.”

Central to HDN Foundation’s approach is a multifaceted strategy that encompasses agricultural development, educational empowerment, and community engagement. Through strategic partnerships and innovative programs, HDN Foundation is working to strengthen local food systems, enhance agricultural productivity, and empower Haitians with the skills and resources they need to thrive.

“Empowering communities is at the heart of our mission,” adds Jonassaint. “By fostering resilience and self-reliance, we can create lasting change that transcends generations.”

HDN Foundation appreciates the desire of the Kenyan people and their government in their commitment to assist Haiti and its people toward a good, stable, and prosperous future. The tradition of Harambee, which means “all pull together” in Swahili, exemplifies the spirit of collective effort and community self-help, mirroring HDN Foundation’s ethos of collaborative action for positive change.

Jacques Jonassaint, on behalf of HDN Foundation, extends heartfelt gratitude to the Kenyan people and government for their solidarity and support. “The commitment of the Kenyan people to the ideals of Harambee embodies the spirit of unity and shared responsibility that is essential for overcoming the challenges facing Haiti. We are deeply grateful for their generosity and partnership in our mission to build a brighter future for all.”

As HDN Foundation continues to expand its reach and impact, it calls on stakeholders, partners, and supporters worldwide to join hands in the fight against food insecurity in Haiti. Together, we can realize the vision of a nourished Haiti where every individual has access to nutritious food, dignity, and opportunity.

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Media Contact:

Jacques Jonassaint

Email: [email protected]

Location: Washington, DC

About HDN Foundation:

The Haitian Development Network Foundation (HDN Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) public charity promoting social and economic development in Haiti. Our goal is to empower the Haitian people by providing them with the necessary resources and support to build a better future. HDN Foundation is dedicated to promoting economic empowerment, educational advancement, and governmental reform in Haiti. HDN Foundation works tirelessly to uplift Haitians and build a more prosperous and sustainable future for the nation.

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