Impact

Our work in Central America has five areas of impact

 
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by the numbers*

REGENERATED LAND includes (but is not limited to): preserved land, agroforestry systems, agro-ecological plots, and reforested areas.

FOOD SOVEREIGNTY projects include (but are not limited to): organic vegetable gardens, grain silos, irrigation systems, and improved chicken coops.

HEALTH projects include (but are not limited to): wood-conserving stoves, water filtration systems, and latrines.

*Wait a second, I thought Sustainable Harvest International was founded in 1997. Why does your data start in 2001? Good question! Prior to 2001, we relied on carrier pigeons, smoke signals, and other sustainable communication methods in order to track our impact. In 2001, we started relying on the all-powerful fax machine to provide up-to-date numbers. Switching to a more standard mode of communication gave us greater ability to report our statistics. Now, thanks to a partnership with Akvo, we use tablets to collect and report accurate data with full confidence.


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