Fresh Milk For Haitian Schools
A worker at the Lèt Agogo dairy farmers cooperative shows off bottles of fresh milk that will be taken to schools on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince as part of WFP school meals programmes.
Lèt Agogo (meaning "Milk Aplenty") is a network of small producers in and around Port-au-Prince who sell their milk together.
Jean Claude Belizaire is among dairy farmers who have begun selling their milk to WFP to be distributed to local school children.
Thanks to a donation from Brazil, WFP has been able to buy ove 676,000 bottles of milk from Lèt Agogo.