Piatre has lots of natural springs that run through the mountains and make it a perfect place for farming. Locals grow watercress, bananas, breadfruit, and peppers to sell at local markets. They’re even able to use the natural springs to provide irrigation and water to neighboring communities, although it is not clean water. Their main priority is to have access to a health center.

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Piatre Community Update: Masks & More

During this time in history, the world is experiencing opportunities to innovate how we serve and love one another. Thanks to the generosity of our partners and the dedication of Piatre’s Leadership Council, and the 410 Bridge staff, there is an abundance of good work being done

Piatre Community Update

This is a Piatre community report straight from our Haitian Staff… Project / Programs Currently Running:  Savings and credit ministry  Sponsorship program  Training on sustainable development  Sewing project  Latest update for the community as a whole:  Sponsorship program:  This program is working very well in Piatre community,

Hurricane Matthew: What we know, What we’re doing, and Why

An update from Kurt Kandler, Executive Director of The 410 Bridge:  [This update is lengthy and summarizes where we currently are and where we’re headed in southern Haiti.  If you can’t read the whole update, I’d ask that you focus on the “Economic Development” section near the

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