CHIBAS Bioenergy, my policy year host organization, is a non-profit institution dedicated to research, breeding and dissemination of locally adapted triple function crops for use as food, feed and fuel for Haiti. CHIBAS has been incubating the social business Sécurité Energétique Sécurité Alimentaire (SESA) for two years. SESA, an edible jatropha processing facility, has recently launched in St. Marc, Haiti. I developed this one pager in order to give an overview of SESA’s offerings and growth plan.
Download "Fact Sheet on Haiti’s Securite Energetique Securite Alimentaire"
Publication tags: Field Reports - Enterprise Development - Smallholder Farmers