The Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival returned February after it was canceled last year following Haiti’s devastating earthquake. Read the story HERE.
After its cancellation last year in the wake of Haiti’s, the highly-anticipated Jacmel Carnival celebration returns with vigor
Haitians observe the first anniversary of the earthquake through song, prayer, and unity.
The Tele Mobil company of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, films an episode of The Tent Life—a reality show based on the tent city culture of the over one million Haitians displaced by the January 12th earthquake.
The show is aired every Thursday, Friday and Saturday on large projector screens in 17 different camps around Port-Au-Prince. The project, which is funded by the U.N. mission to Haiti (MINUSTAH), aims to improve the health and safety of camp residents through public service announcements that are aired during the show.