trees planted


Lalanne & Pascal training center has included in its program the teaching and practice of agroforestry: development of a tree nursery, distribution of seedlings and monitoring of plantations are all managed by the center’s students.


Petite Rivière de Nippes, Haïti


Agroforestry and reforestation

Local partner

Lalanne & Pascal association


farmers and students of the Lalanne & Pascal center for professionnal training

supply chain

Fruits and Vegetables

Local partner

The Lalanne and Pascal Association was created in 1992 by Pascal Simondi, French physician and Dieuseul Lalanne, Haitian origin residing in France, both willing to act for the education of underprivileged Haitian children.

Plantation models

Species planted

Acacia Mangium - Acacia mangium

Acacia Mangium – Acacia mangium

Palma christi - Ricinus communis

Palma christi – Ricinus communis

Acajou - Anacardium occidentale

Acajou – Anacardium occidentale

Holm oak - Quercus Ilex

Holm oak – Quercus Ilex

More information


Small-scale farmers from the Bezin region, the most affected by drought and where soils are less fertile and therefore farmers are most vulnerable. Agriculture represents almost the only source of income for the Petite Rivière de Nippes municipality: fruits, yam, melon, beans, and breeding of cattle and goats. The average cultivated area per family is 0.32 to 0.50 hectares. This is very little, partly because of desertification which makes the land infertile and require intensive work.


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pdf 2013 Rapport d'avancement