Improving Child Nutrition.

Supporting Local Agriculture.

Our Mission

Distribute Chili Kabrit to pre-K to 6th Grade Children


Chili Kabrit is a good-tasting, high-quality goat meat-vegetable chili that provides 100% of a child's recommended daily requirement for protein, iron and Vitamin A.

Create an Economic Driver for Haitian Communities


Inputs for producing Chili Kabrit are sourced from local Haitian goat and vegetable producers, supporting the local agricultural community.

Improve the Genetics of Goats in Haiti


Genetically-valuable male and female goats are produced for distribution to local agricultural communities to help improve the quality of their livestock.

Some Details

The Haiti Goat Project is an agriculture development project that operates as a collaborative effort with the Christianville Foundation Haiti, a non-governmental organization that operates in Gressier, Haiti.

      The primary project location is in Gressier Haiti, located about 18 miles west of  Port-au-Prince, with additional project activities in  the local communities of Jean-Jean,  Ti-Cousin and Ti-Boukan. 

The  majority of children in the Gressier and surrounding areas suffer from malnutrition because their diets, consisting of  primarily of  plant-based foods, are extremely limited by financial, educational and  social constraints. 

      Because animal source foods contain a high density of balanced, highly digestible proteins and essential micronutrients, these foods are an integral component of a nutritious diet.  

The goals  of the Haiti Goat Project are to:  

  • Provide high quality nutrition in the form of Chili Kabrit, a goat-meat & vegetable-based meal, that is served to Haitian children through school-based lunch programs
  • Create an economic driver to promote the establishment of sustainable agriculture in Haitian communities
  • Improve the genetic background of Haitian goats and provide training in livestock management to support Haitian agriculture producers


The Haiti Goat Project is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.