This question will be evaluated within the community of Williamson and at House of Hope Haiti orphanage. First, 5 community households have volunteered to participate in the research. These households will be given a tree to plant in their backyard. They will be taught to grow, maintain and cultivate it. Their acceptance will be facilitated by showing them the value the trees products can have. For example, the seed (when crushed), contains an oil that is often imported by the U.S., the tree's leaves contain: 7 times the amount of vitamin C than oranges, 4 times the vitamin A than carrots, 4 times the calcium of milk, 3 times the potassium of bananas, and 2 times the protein of yogurt. The leaves can simply be eaten raw or the Haitian people can use them in their traditional recipes. Their acceptance will be evaluated by how willing they are to grow and keep up with the practices taught.
At the orphanage, 10 trees will be planted. The children will be taught how to grow, maintain and cultivate the Moringa Tree, much like the community members. The children will also be evaluated on how willing they are to participate in the practices of the Moringa Tree.