In general, this article seeks to present a literature review involving a discussion of the themes of International Cooperation Haiti-Brazil, hunger in Haiti and the development of Family Farming, surveyed in the Capes¹ and Science Direct ² databases between the years 2000 and 2020. The objective is to understand the impacts of international cooperation on the development of family farming against hunger in Haiti. It is concluded that international cooperations are not sufficient in the face of the Haitian situation, in the fight against hunger and poverty, for the development of family farming, more actions are needed, such as a development plan against poverty that includes investments linked to technologies, the valorization of science, in addition to encouraging cooperation against hunger with social programs to combat inequality in Haiti.
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