PARTNERS AND BENEFICIARIES 

Key partners and beneficiaries

FTF West/WINNER works with a variety of beneficiaries, partners and institutions

International Partners

CH2MILL

Univeristy of Florida

Research Planning Incorporation

Institutional partners

FTF West/WINNER working in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (MARNDR), Ministry of Environment, CIAT, The Ministry of Paysannerie, Ministry of Women affairs, Ministry of Interior and Territorial Collectivity, and the ministry of Commerce and Industry.  The municipalities of Petion-Ville, Kenscoff, Croix-des-Bouquets, Thomazeau, Ganthier, Cabaret, Cite Soleil, Tabarre, Arcahaie, St Marc, Mirebalais and Saut d’Eau.

Private Sector Partners

FTF West/WINNER has partnered with many private companies including: Barbancourt, MFT S.A, Biocarbures Haiti, Chibas, STANCO, Veterimed, Fondation Seguin, Delicious Fruits S.A (DFSA), HITSA, DINASA, GIKEN, CETAI, CHPA and BRANA.

Beneficiaries

The Asosyasyon Chanpyon are farmer associations that practice modern agricultural practices and are committed to respecting the environment and the rural code. They are managed like small businesses and are composed of 272 associations with a total of over 100,000 farmers.

 Distribution of “Asosyasyon Chanpyon” by area:

Area

Number of Associations

Female

Male

Total # of members

Domains of activity

Cul de Sac plain

124

20,143

18,681

38,824

Agriculture, soil conservation, commercialization

Cul de Sac hillsides

69

22,051

21,950

44,001

Agriculture, environment, commerce, infrastructure, livestock, flowers, construction, agro-forestry

Matheux corridor

30

6,389

9,884

16,264

Agriculture, mangoes, agro-forestry

Mirebalais / Saut d’Eau

49

3,884

5,063

8,947

Mangoes

Total

272

52,458

55,578

108,036

  

The “Chanpyon” brand is synonymous with a natural fresh and high quality Haitian product that is available at competitive prices.

The FTF West/WINNER project’s successful efforts to foster and intensify marketing of agricultural products results in lasting partnership between the Chanpyon cooperatives and the private sector.