This is the story of Fednor Édmond. He lives in a small village called Cap-a -Four, in the Carcasse section of the Grand Anse department, on the far western side of Haiti. Fednor and his family are part of the farmer association called APCCA; they have been members for more than five years.
Fednor and his wife have five children: 2 boys and 3 girls. He has 3 small plots of land where he grows coffee and other trees. Fednor describes the partnership with Just Haiti: "When I send my coffee through Just Haiti to sell in the US, I receive a double profit because, I receive more money for my coffee than the price of the local market, and after that I receive another profit from Just Haiti after they sell my coffee.
When I receive the money for my coffee, I invest a part in the land, the other part I use to take care of my family. From the profit I receive from Just Haiti for my coffee, I pay the schooling of my children, and health care for the family when it is necessary. I also can buy food and clothing for my family.
In 2016, when we had disaster in my village as a result of Hurricane Matthew, Just Haiti was the first association that came to help us. My family and I love Just Haiti. It is a good activity to help us in the development of our coffee business and the
production of coffee in the country.