Haitian H-2A Farm Labor Available

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Have a labor gap? Fill it with Haitian H-2A workers!

Haiti has been a part of the H-2A program since 2012 to fill critical labor gaps for U.S. farmers. Agriculture is the backbone of the Haitian economy. Major crops include mango, cocoa, lettuces, onions, potatoes, plantains, tomatoes and other fruits such as guava and citrus.


The International Organization for Migration (IOM) matches US Growers to qualified pre-screened agriculture workers from a variety of Haitian fruit and vegetable associations across Haiti with diverse set of expertise in fruits, vegetables, animal husbandry and other areas.

International Organization for Migration (IOM) has screened and pre-selected over 200 highly skilled, reputable workers with specific crop expertise to best match employers’ needs (based on the US Department of Labor’s criteria and terms of reference).

If you have a labor gap and are seeking qualified H-2A workers this season to fill your job orders please call us!

Protect the People (PTP)
(202) 857-9752

PTP is a network of humanitarian consultants that build partnerships in the private sector. PTP is reaching out to US employers about this exciting opportunity to hire Haitian workers.

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