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Food system in haiti

Growing Haiti’s food systems with determination and partners

Greater food sovereignty in Haiti would support local farmers and reduce the risk of hunger crises in the future. A growing network of organizations is pushing Haiti in that direction, allowing more Haitian farmers to support their own families while getting food to those most in need.

A young Black boy watering flowers outside in the school garden in New Orleans. Elisa Muñoz-Miller is ensuring that children and families in New Orleans have access to locally-sourced, healthy and affordable foods.

Self-transformation reshapes the food landscape for New Orleans children

Elisa Muñoz-Miller, WKKF CLN class one fellow, leads the New Orleans Food Policy Advisory Committee (FPAC), a broad-based coalition of more than 40-member organizations, businesses and individuals who work, eat and sell food. She’s part of a food revolution that’s changing the landscape of New Orleans, with a laser-like focus on ensuring that children and families have access to locally-sourced, healthy and affordable foods.

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