Papyrus competes for and manages development and corporate social responsibility projects that are compatible with our long-term sustainability strategy. We have a broad network of partners and our clients include bi-and-multilateral donors and industries.
Papyrus is the prime implementer of Konbit, a five-year, USAID-funded project that works with local civil society organizations and the private sector to build local partner capacity, encourage collaboration and develop a culture of sharing of best practices, innovation, and results. Konbit – a Creole term for teamwork – is a key component of USAID’s Local Solutions initiative to influence and achieve significant and sustainable development results in Haiti. To book an appointment with an expert, fill out our online request form.
The Smallholder Alliance for Sorghum in Haiti (SMASH)
Papyrus manages SMASH, a six-year program initiated by Heineken and its local subsidiary, Brasserie Nationale d’Haïti (BRANA). It is additionally funded by USAID-Haiti and the Inter-American Development Bank and is part of Heineken’s Brewing a Better Future sustainability strategy. This highly impactful project is creating a sustainable supply chain for BRANA and transforming the participating communities by strengthening the economy and educating farmers about how to improve the yields and quality of their sorghum crops.
Local Enterprise and Value Chain Enhancement (LEVE)
LEVE is a market-driven initiative to enhance value chain development and workforce skills in the Haitian agribusiness, textile and construction sectors. Papyrus is a partner to RTI International, a non-profit research institute dedicated to improving the human condition. Together, we are working with industries to create economic growth through capacity building and job creation.
Maize: Adaptive And Innovative Solutions via Market Opportunities Using Local Investment (MAIS MOULIN)
This Global Affairs Canada funded undertaking is a five-year maize and bean value chain project managed by Papyrus and its partners, Les Moulins d’Haïti (LMH), Research Triangle International (RTI), and Alliance pour la Gestion des Risques et la Continuité des Activités (AGERCA). MAIS MOULIN is changing the lives of women and youth in rural communities by improving capacity through agricultural education, providing small grants and increasing market access.