The Julia & Jade Foundation
Agricultural Research Center
100% Organic/Non-GMO, No Pesticides
The Institution was set forth as a result of the efforts of multilateral patriotic organizations in the Grand’Anse to work in unison, initiated by both our president and school master.
The mission of the Julia & Jade Foundation Economic & Agricultural Research Center is to disseminate viable tools requisite for more efficient productivity in the region through multilateral scientific agricultural research and entrepreneurship discourses, which include, but not limited to, advanced technological innovations, which will enhance productivity and effective market competitiveness. The center aims at exceeding national expectations within the next year or so, since it will promote not only basic subsistence productivity, but also trade as well as massive production for domestic and international commerce.
Here at the Julia & Jade Foundation Economic & Agricultural Research Center, we thought it was important to spread the news about the current economic boom in Haiti, mainly in agriculture, which she had missed in the early stages of world economic revolution starting late 1700s. The lands, seeds, and the people had all been there; however, sociopolitical complexities and foreign encroachments in the past decades, if not centuries, had caused drastic hindrances. But now, the private sector, mainly Haitians living abroad who presume their interdependence of Haiti, decided to stand up and take the pursuits of development of Haiti as a whole, by investing with exponential returns, primarily in agriculture, real estates, and transportation. The latter knows his culture is his immune system, and that he must help his fellow compatriots, since the national management system has failed to deliver adequate assistance for centuries.
Despite the very catastrophic misfortunes the Haiti endured during the past decade, which damaged many crops and infrastructures in Haiti, there remained large crops, mainly in the Grand’Anse, which had not been affected by the impact. The Department of Grand’Anse, for instance, has already healed itself from the wounds of the aforesaid natural disasters. Therefore, due to mass production in the Grand’Anse carried out by many organizations with which the Julia & Jade Foundation directly works with, there are huge demands for Haitian exports into the US and other Caribbean nations.
The international community, chiefly the EU, Canada, Japan, China, US Department of State and the US Department of Agriculture are advising their constituents of possible wealth creation opportunities by investing in Haiti’s agriculture, which is now at its peak. The latter know individuals investing in highly industrialized nations are experiencing major setbacks—people are constantly losing money invested in stocks, bonds, real estates, business, and many other form of investments sources mainly held by cunning companies. Therefore, the US, Canada, the European Union and many other nations have already lobbied in Haiti so as facilitate foreigners desire to invest in Haiti. Many, if not all, industrialized nation started out of some form of agricultural boom, which resulted in major industries.
Investing with the Julia & Jade Foundation gives you the opportunity to multiply your dollars hassle free. Here, we are native Haitian citizens and we love our country, compatriots and affiliates. Most of our members are either living or studying abroad or have lived abroad for quite some time. Therefore, we’ve had a chance to pride ourselves in making good judgement when comparing world markets. We have been the most trusted non-profit agricultural investment firm on the land, not only because of our knowledge of Haitian agriculture and society, but we uphold the highest ethical values, which have already been tested by Haitians living abroad. Local farmers love us; we know them by name, and we meet with them on a regular basis to discuss effective strategies to selling to larger metropolitan and international markets. In our multilateral meetings with concerned planters, we also discuss all aspects of agriculture, i.e., knowledge on price, stabilization of watersheds, post-harvest handling such as storage, products’ quality and demand. We also discuss new technologies so as to harvest more efficiently. We believe the Haitian economic boom, especially in the Grand’Anse, will last for decades, if not centuries to come.
We have access to European markets through Everything but Arms (EBA). The EBA has been signed and ratified by Haitian Parliament. Everything but Arms (EBA) is an European Union initiative under which all imports to the EU zone from the least economically developed countries are duty-free and quota-free, with the exception of armaments.
We also have access to Caribbean markets through the creation of the CARICOM common market of which Haiti is a permanent member since July 2007.
What we have to offer is long term investment in agriculture, which is a yearly term. All investments are made through the foundation, and all investors frequently receive a professional report with detailed explanation of our profit margins.
Other products not mentioned on our list may be harvested here upon special demand. Otherwise, most investments are made on products harvested every 3 to 4 months, such as black and red beans, corn and peanuts, since they are easy to dry and be kept for long periods of time. Other sources of investments consist of plantains, bananas, avocadoes, papaya, mangoes and other fruits, coffee, breadfruits, and cacao (from which cocoa, cocoa butter, and chocolate are made,) may take up to 1 years to harvest, depending on the fertility of that particular land (Haiti, especially the entire southwest region, was once responsible for more than half of the world’s overall production of coffee. She can reclaim her position.) Therefore, all reports are prepared during the week following the harvest period. The following table shows averages of recent sale prices for beans in the region:
Fig 1: Black beans, pinto beans, pompadour, butter and white beans.
Estimated tonnage price per year
2017 1,165 -1,182
2016 1,165 - 1,482
2015 1,185 - 1,490
2014 1,192 - 1,495
2013 1,200 - 1,500
1 hectare of land in Haiti produces up to 3 tons of beans, corn and or peanuts. Lands, seeds, and farmers are some of the prerequisites we will never lack.
Investments are made in these necessities: 5 cubic meter reservoir, 90 square meter stock house, water pump with solar energy, agricultural tools for 25 people, seeds and transportation. Approximately 25 to 30 thousand US dollars every three (3) hectares. This shows why profits are entirely guaranteed when investing with us. Many foreign companies are already investing millions of dollars in bananas alone!
We guaranteed at least 5-10 percent of the gross of the harvest revenue. All investors are placed in a specific yearly plan, which could generate earnings throughout the year. Individual profits typically depend on of the product in which the investor wishes to invest in. They may cash out at every harvest, but we recommend to reinvest at the end of their contract, which may result in a much higher revenue. We offer a risk-free investment opportunities, whereby the investor may withdraw from the program as s/he sees fit. After one year proceeding the term, an investor may either withdraw or remain with the company without penalty. Thus, since our company’s health depends on the harvest period, early cancellation may result in a fee in the amount of, but not exceeding, 10 percent.
“The future economic development of this country lies in the agriculture sector,” says Fresner Dorcin, Haiti’s agriculture minister.
Reasons for Haitians living abroad to invest in Haiti
Visit the Haitian Diaspora Center here.
Long term security guaranteed (It is impossible to lose money when invest in agriculture, especially in the Grand’Anse area, since: 1) Our land is the most fertile in the Caribbean 2) Despite our progress, more farmers are sitting on enormous vacant lands, praying for more work to come to them.)
Cheap labor (there is a great difference between worker in the highly industrialized nation and those in the Caribbean or less industrialized ones. The different is very great.)
Retirement (even if you are not planning of coming to live in Haiti, your funds will be made available to you upon request. In most, if not all, industrialized states, your retirement funds are often low, you can barely enjoy life, and you can’t afford to pay for medical expenses
If you get deported (During the Trump and the Obama administrations alone hundreds of thousands of Haitian had to say goodbye to everything they’d already started to build in the US, and deported back to Haiti empty-handedly.
Untouched market opportunities (A quick look back at Haiti chronological history may show ample information on the fact that so much will soon be explored, staring from effective agrarian mega business opportunities, mining, aquabusiness, etc.)
The US dollars is losing its values: The rich is getting richer, while the middle class is getting poorer; and it will prolong till the end of time.
Zero corporate and income tax for 15 years
Tariff free gateway to nearby US for certain products
More Investment Strategies
FJUJA Project #1 Investment Strategies in GomaKhan
Currently, FJUJA works in concert with an association in the Grand’Anse known as OCPL. They have been able to recruit well over 200 families and own 300 acres of farm land in Laurent. The women in the area are meticulously industrious and thus work diligently daily. The children are unschooled—schools are much too far, derisory, and fall short of responsible teaching methods and funding.
Such a situation can easily be corrected, especially when you witness the vast richness of these citizens’ lands, minds, and eagerness to do pretty much anything for the betterment of their communities. Thousands of dollars of clean organic products are being wasted because of the lack of infrastructures, or lack of simple tools and beasts of burden.
-The current demand to fulfill is 3 tons per month.
-We need 5 mules with full equipment for transportation = 130 000 Gourdes or 2 000 U$D
-5 mules will allow us to transport 1000 lbs. of beans per day, 3000 lbs. per week and 5 tons per month
Life Long Benefits
We believe that our Diaspora are the ones to put Haiti in the proper path of real development; this is why we created this platform: “to invite them to this most important project.” For the last 2 years we have been preparing the citizens of Laurent to guide the diaspora in the “When, Where and How to invest their hard earn dollars.” They are looking to gain the trust of our family abroad so that they take this responsibility to the ground.
The Haitian currency is called Gourde (Gdes). These days 1 U$D = 65 Gourdes (Gdes).
One acre of land, if well cared for, can produce up to 3 tons of beans, corn and peanuts per harvest. A harvest is produced 3 times per year, depending on the product, which gives us 9 tons per year. (We will calculate our sale and profit from 2 tons per harvest, which gives us 6 tons annually). In Haiti, these products are sold per Marmite, 1 Marmite = 5lbs.The Marmite is used in the sale of all basic products.
Haitian Market Value
We sell 5 lbs of beans for 200 Gourdes (Gdes) or 3.07 U$D.
1 bag of beans = 100 lbs………………. (100 lbs x 200 Gdes = 4000 Gdes or 61.53 U$D)
2050 lbs = 1 ton..........1 ton x 200 Gdes = 82 000 Gdes or 1 261.53 U$D
So 2 tons per harvest = 164 000 Gdes or 2 523.07 U$D (two thousand, five hundred twenty three point zero seven US dollars)
164 000 Gdes x 3 harvest per year = 492 000 Gdes or 7 569.23 U$D annually (seven thousand, five hundred sixty nine point twenty three US dollars annually)
For every 2 000 U$D invested you will make a profit of 100 U$D every time we sell 1 ton of beans for the first year. In the second year it will increase at the rate of 75 U$D, and in the third year it will increase by 125 U$D. Ask us about receiving 300 U$D every time we sell 1 ton of beans (for life)! At this rate, we can quickly set up the proper infrastructures for greater mass production and so we could begin to prepare for export if need be.
*Please remember Beloved Family, these numbers are calculated from the sale of one variety of “beans” produced from 1 acre of land only, and there are over 5 variety of beans and hundreds of acres of land.*
The Julia et Jade Foundation (FJUJA) is taking its responsibility to prepare its associates to receive any and all investments. All transactions will be made through Julia et Jade (FJUJA) in order to reassure that control is kept and reports can be sent from our office at any time required. Our office serves as National headquarter for all 30 members of the USAGA program.
Prospective investor tour accommodations
The Julia & Jade Foundation would like to cordially welcome those who wish to potentially share our experience with us, to come and have a view of our beautiful landscapes, spectacular white sandy beach views from our mountain tops, and the most amiable groups of people in the world. This is no ordinary view; you have direct connection with nature the moment you are here. We may arrange your visit free of charge (excluding transportation and lodging fee.)
For additional information regarding investing Haiti and reports of corruptions, please refer to the following sources:
Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIH)
Adresse: 4ème étage, Immeuble Digicel, #151 angle Ave Jean Paul II & imp.
Tel: (509) 2946-7777 / 2943-1173
Website: Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIH)
Unité de Lutte Contre la Corruption
13, rue Capotille, Pacot, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
(509) 2811-0661 / (509) 4890-3647