A worker at the Lèt Agogo dairy farmers cooperative shows off bottles of fresh milk that will be taken to schools on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince as part of WFP school meals programmes.
Lèt Agogo (meaning "Milk Aplenty") is a network of small producers in and around Port-au-Prince who sell their milk together.
Jean Claude Belizaire is among dairy farmers who have begun selling their milk to WFP to be distributed to local school children.
Thanks to a donation from Brazil, WFP has been able to buy ove 676,000 bottles of milk from Lèt Agogo.
Over 17,700 children in Haiti have received two bottles like this per week, adding a valuable source of calcium, protein and vitamins to their diet.