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Appui à la Recherche et au Développement Agricole (AREA)

Support to Agricultural Research and Development

Appui à la Recherche et au Développement Agricole (AREA)

Support to Agricultural Research and Development

Haitian farmers learning ways to manage climate risks

A new approach introduced by AREA is helping Haitian farmers use climate data and weather forecasts to increase their resilience in the face of increasing climate variability. Read the story on our blog >> 


News and Updates

Leaders of Haiti’s state ag college tour labs

They came to learn about UF/IFAS’ teaching and research labs as they rebuild their campus and set up their own new labs. They also cemented their growing collaboration with UF.

Haiti agriculture's increasing threat

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UF scientists with the AREA project are stepping up efforts to help Haiti’s farming sector prepare for the threat of increasingly variable weather and climate patterns. 

Gender matters in Haitian agriculture

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Agricultural professionals attended an AREA training to learn ways to address gender disparities in Haiti, where experts say a "gender gap" limits agricultural productivity. 


Featured Video

Our little video lasts just one minute and forty seconds. But it tells a big story: How the Feed the Future Haiti AREA project is helping Haitian agricultural professionals and institutions modernize the country’s farming sector. 


Project reviewing proposals for pilot projects

The Feed the Future Haiti AREA project is reviewing applications from researchers seeking grants to fund research, equipment and other expenses to support researchers in Haiti. Learn more about the Pilot Projects program.


About the Project

The Feed the Future Haiti Appui à la Recherche et au Développement Agricole (AREA) project is addressing food insecurity and undernutrition by strengthening and supporting Haitian institutions. The project, also known as Support to Agricultural Research and Development, is a USAID-funded, Haitian-driven agricultural partnership. Learn more: About Us.

 

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