With the extreme poverty in Haiti, comes a lack of adequate food. A child cannot concentrate in school in they are hungry. Hands for Haiti initiated a few projects to help supply food. All the tilapia and egg production now go to the students and families. Crops also feed the students. The tilapia pond is fully stocked with fish and we are able to give each child and staff tilapia twice a quarter, nearly 500 fish dinners per quarter. Our hen house contains 200 new chickens, which produces an egg a day. And in our garden, we are growing green beans, bananas, maize, coconuts and peas; which all help supplement the daily meals served at St. Mark.
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