Children represent the hope that we have left in a mostly mismanaged world. They represent a fresh start and a new approach to the problems that plague our societies. iFriendnet believes that, by investing entrepreneurial knowledge in children, the mistakes that we oft commit as adults would not be repeated. Children are smart. They know what works and what doesn’t. This demographic is essential to the continued development of a society.
The Wolove Garden Haiti project does exactly that. We started in March 2014 with 50 children who started gardens on their own. With 8 gardens destroyed by animals, we now have 42 gardens now blooming with essential fruits and vegetables. This garden idea, which emanated from the Wolove idea, seeks to empower young people by allowing them to manage the trajectory of their stories as social entrepreneurs and investors.