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Engagement Methods for Internaitonal Food Security

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Program Type Departmental
Program Location Cap Hatian, Haiti
Course # SA 21252
Duration Winter Break
Upcoming Program Dates
Winter Break 2016 12/28/16 to 01/06/17

Haiti Map

Program Leader
Purdue University
Room 26 Agriculture Administration Building
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-1168

Phone: 765-494-6876
Fax: 765-494-9613

Program Description

 This course will explore existing malnutrition, health, and economic issues and develop potential educational engagement strategies to improved nutrition with sustainable agricultural and animal sources of nutrients and improved access to clean water. Work and learn in Cap-Haitian. Learn to contribute to sustainable community projects through application of agricultural and food sciences. Students will also be required to register for a preparation seminar fall 2016 and an 8 week course spring 2017.

 For more information contact:

 Dr. Mark Russell, YDAE,

 Program Website: Ag Study Abroad 


Students must remain in good academic standing with the college.

Program Cost

The fee for this program is $3193.11. This fee includes round-trip airfare from Indianapolis to Cap Haitien, Haiti, lodging, in-country transportation, most meals meals, medical insurance, orientation materials, and administrative costs. Passport fees, a health physical, inoculations, and occasional meals are additional. Non-U.S. citizens may require a visa for travel to Haiti and are responsible for obtaining the required visa and fees.

Country map courtesy of The General Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin