food and water supply in haiti

food and water supply in haiti - the whole country Pros and...

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Food And Water Supply In Haiti Environmental Science SCI/275
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Food Supply Problems Drought in northwest Floods in Northeast Insufficient investment Infrastructure Agricultural inputs
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Crops Grown in Haiti Corn Sorghum Rice Tubers Beans Bananas and Plantains Mangoes Spices Avocados Pineapples Watermelons Almonds Coconuts Okra Peanuts Tomatoes
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Three Methods to Maximize Food Production Education Plant Vegetation Stable Government
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Education Educate more people on how to plan crops and raise animals.
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Pros and Cons of Education More people will know how to raise crops and animals Increase in food production Increase in revenue Need government assistance to pay for instructors Instructors may not be accepted by public Guerrilla factions
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Plant Vegetation Plant vegetation to stop soil erosion
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Pros and Cons of planting Vegetation Stops topsoil erosion Helps farmland Helps fishing industry Manpower to plant vegetation Vegetation Availability
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Stable Government A stable government would help
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Unformatted text preview: the whole country Pros and Cons of Stabilizing the government • Exporting • Guerrilla factions • Better facilities • Resistance • Guerrilla factions Misuse of Water Supply • Water pipes in need of repair • No water provided for shanty towns • Water run off after rain Repair Water Pipes The better stabilized government would be responsible for repairing water pipes. Provide water for the shanty towns Rain water runoff The best plan for maximizing food production in Haiti, would be better education Food crisis worsening in Haiti. (nd). Retrieved May 27, 2007, from www.heritagekonpa.com Haggerty, R. A. (1989). Haiti: a country study. Washington: GPO For the library of congress. Retrieved May 27, 2007, from www.coutrystudies.us/haiti/52.htm Haiti-Nation. (2005). Ways that Haiti misusing its water supply. Retrieved May 27, 2007, from www.haiti-look.com/Haiti-Nation/ways-that-haiti-misusing-its-water-supply.html...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course N/A SCI/275 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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