Rebuilding Haiti must start from the ground up, with agricultural education
Jatropha (jatrofa in French Creole) is a controversial plant because of its use for fuel instead of using land for food. Anther problem is it is toxic and must be handled properly. But Jatropha is common to Haiti and a needed plant in nature, it also can help eliminate the use of Charcoal!
Especially read page 121-138 If corporations run the operation and pay farmers for seed they will not be rewarded enough for their labor.
But privately they could certainly make a lot of money if they press out just 50% of the oil from the seeds with hand presses. They can collect seeds from live fences made with Jatropha they need anyway.
The left over seedcake still has a lot of oil left in them, using them in TLUD stoves they don't have to worry about the toxicity.