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iciHaiti - Agriculture : Relaunch of the coffee sector in the commune of Kenscoff
25/07/2020 10:03:06

iciHaiti - Agriculture : Relaunch of the coffee sector in the commune of Kenscoff
Abner Septembre, the Minister of the Environment alongside Marie Gislaine Mompremier, Minister for the Status of Women and Women's Rights, and the First Lady of the Republic Martine Moïse, participated in a community reforestation day in Robin (commune of Kenscoff).

Organized by "Nègès Konbit, Fanm Solid" and "Solidarité Haïtienne pour le Développement de Kenscoff" (SOHADERK), this activity is part of the relaunch of the coffee sector in the commune of Kenscoff, while combating the erosion and deforestation.

During this day Martine Moïse and Abner Septembre alongside members of local organizations planted several coffee and lemon seedlings.

The First Lady expressed her joy to be in Kenscoff to encourage the development of the coffee sector in the commune and applauded the commitment of the members of the two organizations who have united to move in the same direction and in the right direction.

According to Moïse, "coffee can contribute to the empowerment of women in the town, because it is a product in great demand around the world and which is very strategic in preserving the environment," promising to come back to follow the evolution of all the seedlings that she had the opportunity to plant.

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