|Identifying forage for rabbits in Dourmond|
|New rabbit cages arrive|
Even though rabbits may "breed like rabbits," a new project takes time and strategic thought. The project in Dourmond began in January 2009 with a feasibility study conducted by three individuals who are, collectively, leaders in Partners' Haiti Farmer to Farmer Program, Makouti Agro Enterprise, Devils Gulch Educational Services, and the Patricia Sullivan Haitian Outreach Foundation. Dourmond turned out to have an appropriate supportive environment such as enough forage foods and motivation to raise rabbits, and the Foundation later supplied 30 cages to 30 women who make up the Association Femmes Chretiennes de Dourmond.
|The rabbit training is well-attended|
|Rabbit hutches are in place and full of rabbits, including offspring (August 2010)|
|Young residents of Dourmond with Evaluation Specialist Volunteer Kerry Zaleski|