Even after three years of rebuilding from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, progress continues to be met with stories of difficulty and more bad news. Last week the U.N. issued a report warning that 1.5-million Haitians -- mostly farmers and their families -- are at risk of serious malnutrition because of crop losses.
Co-Founder and President, The Smallholder Farmers Alliance
Hugh is the Co-Founder and President of the Smallholder Farmers Alliance -- which is funded by Timberland and the Clinton Global Initiative -- and he writes about Haiti, forestry, foreign aid and food security. He has more than 20 years of experience in development, working with a wide range of governments, non-governmental organizations, corporations and United Nations agencies on social, environmental and economic programs.
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