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  • Isabel’s farm in Bella Florida.
  • Upside down soda bottles filled with water about once per week keep these tomato plants happy in the dry season.
  • Diomedes shows Clay how to use Isabel’s new water pump.
  • Jacinto Martinez?
  • Gladys Moran with tomatoes
  • Staff, board members and donor from USA, UK and four country programs
  • We had 14 volunteer trips this year for student groups, community groups and others who wanted a different sort of vacation. We hope you will join us on a trip next year.
  • 500 families have graduated in addition to the 1300 current participants
  • 3.5 villages per field trainer and 35 families per field trainer (average)

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  • 1. Sustainable Harvest International
    • Planting Hope, Restoring Forests,
    • Nourishing Communities
    UPDATE 2010
  • 2.
    • Panama Adelante!
  • 3.
    • 2009 - First Irrigation System
  • 4.
    • 2010 -
    • New Water Pump
  • 5.
    • New Stove Replaces the Old 3-Rock Method
  • 6. Recently Built Stove = No More Black Walls!
  • 7.
    • Harvest Time!
  • 8.
    • Panama’s First C.S.A.
  • 9.
    • Nicaragua
  • 10.
    • Fertilizer Beans
  • 11.
    • Composting Chicken Coops
  • 12.
    • First Fruits of Their Labor
  • 13.
    • Tree Seedlings
  • 14.
    • Reforesting a Riverbank
  • 15.
    • Preserving the Forests, Water and Air
  • 16.
    • Street Kids at Demo Farm in Bluefields, Nicaragua
  • 17. SHI Field Staff SHI-ers from 6 Countries
  • 18.
    • Smaller World Tours
  • 19.
    • Special Luxury for our Board of Directors*
  • 20.
    • *BYOM - Bring Your Own Mattress
  • 21.
    • 2,100 families in 155 communities in four countries receiving technical assistance (including 500+ graduates)
    • 13,000 acres of degraded land converted to sustainable uses
    • 60,000 acres of tropical forest saved from slash-and-burn
    • 2.7 million trees planted
    • 900 wood-conserving stoves (saving 9,000 trees per year)
    • 23 community loan funds started with $10,000 seed capital, now manage $40,000 capital
    SHI’s Accomplishments Growing slowly but surely since 1997
  • 22. A Lot of Bang for Your Buck
    • $18,000 supports the work of one field trainer for an entire year.
    • $6,000 sponsors an entire village program for a whole year.
    • $500 provides a family with technical support and materials for one year.
    • $100 sponsors a village school program in a rural community working with SHI.
    • $50 buys the materials for a wood-conserving stove that will save 100 trees.
    Supporting SHI
  • 23.
    • Thank You!
  • 24.
    • But... There Are Thousands Still Waiting
  • 25.
    • Sustainable Harvest International
    Online at: sustainableharvest.org Planting Hope, Restoring Forests, Nourishing Communities
  • 26.
    • FY2009 Income & Expense