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Day 9

HAITI | Wed, 16 Nov 2016 | By jessicainhaiti | Views [331]

  Day 9-  City tour and relaxing day   I wake up to hearing the girls get ready for the day. Shani and I are in one bunk bed, me on bottom, Donna and Tiffany in another bunk. Emily is sharing a room with another volunteer, Sheila.... Read more >

Tags: cathedral, cemetery, city tour, haiti, hinche

Day 7

HAITI | Mon, 14 Nov 2016 | By jessicainhaiti | Views [320]

Day 7-  Clinic, the dam and a movie   Today there are no bells. There really is no rhyme or reason to why, how or how many bells are rung. If the bells ring, then mass will be held. Today the girls are pretty recovered. Very minor sickness.... Read more >

Tags: dam, haiti

Days 1 through 6

HAITI | Sun, 13 Nov 2016 | By jessicainhaiti | Views [543]

Day 1-   Arriving in Cabestor   We have arrived to Haiti safely. It was quite the trek to get here in Cabestor. I will start with leaving the house. I was on time!!! Normally I am packing everyone up and having to deal with the kids ... Read more >

Tags: cabestor, first mission, haiti, jos nurses, midwives for haiti, one nurse at a time

My 1st Blog post! Getting ready to leave. EEK!

HAITI | Wed, 2 Nov 2016 | By jessicainhaiti | Views [679] | Comments [3]

Bonjou!!! or Hello!   Well, here it is. My first blog post ever. I'm very excited to be writting a blog on my adventures in Haiti. I'd like to let everyone know that I will be open, blunt and honest on what I see while there. So, if your squimish, ... Read more >

Tags: first post, haiti, mission

Volume I: Children, Food, + Work

HAITI | Thu, 30 Jul 2015 | By travelingturney | Views [206]

This is a compilation of four short ethnographic documentaries about different aspects within Haitian culture. Filmed in Les Cayes, Haiti (2013). 

Tags: business, coconut, culture, documentary, ethnography, filmmaking, haiti, kids, mother, youth

Coeur de Haïti - After the Earthquake

HAITI | Tue, 28 Jul 2015 | By shantysan | Views [247]

STUNTEDMIND May 2010 COEUR DE HAÏTI (CDH) – After The Earthquake By Sandy Powlik    Arrival Ruin and rubble as far as the eye can see, and dust everywhere, and on everything.... Read more >

Tags: cité soleil, clinic, coeur de haiti, dutch, earthquake, haiti, hospital, organization, ruin, undp

My time spent in Haiti.

USA | Sun, 13 Jan 2013 | By auston | Views [276]

I'm an ambitious 20-year-old male looking for new experiences and the opportunity to gain wisdom and forge relationships. I’ve devoted the last 6 years of my life to photography and have learned quickly. Photography is my passion and I try to ... Read more >

Tags: children, haiti

Hurricane Irene - Travel Alert

USA | Tue, 23 Aug 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [2919] | Comments [2] | Video

The first hurricane of the 2011 season, named Irene,  is cutting a swathe through popular tourist destinations of the Caribbean, and is heading to Florida and the southeast USA. At 8pm AST on Monday 22nd August Irene was upgraded to a category 2 ... Read more >

Tags: antigua, bahamas, caribbean, dominican republic, haiti, hurricane, travel-alert, us virgin islands, usa

Haiti Safety Tips

HAITI | Thu, 28 Jul 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [743] | Comments [2]

Let's start with the road quality in Haiti which is generally speaking, terrible. The government has managed to clear many of the roads closed due to damage from the earthquake, but not all of them. Some roads are closed, some roads have ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, haiti, health, natural disasters, transport, travel-health

Haiti: High Crime & Chaos

HAITI | Thu, 28 Jul 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [2506] | Comments [8]

The level of crime in Haiti should be regarded as beyond horrific. There are no ‘safe’ areas (with the exception of Labadee an area leased by a cruise ship company – see our Is Labadee Safe? article). Some areas are worse than others, but there ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, crime, haiti, travel-crime, travel-safety-tips

Relief Work in Haiti - Safety

HAITI | Thu, 28 Jul 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [583]

Outside of family commitments, relief work is the only real reason anyone could justifiably consider going to Haiti at the moment (with the exception of Labadee, the cruise ship port. See - Is Labadee Safe? ). However, due to ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, haiti, travel-safety-tips

Is Labadee Safe? - Haiti

HAITI | Thu, 28 Jul 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [1691] | Video

If you’re a cruise ship traveler and you see that your ship is stopping at ‘Labadee, Haiti’ don’t freak out and lose your mind, you're not heading to the earthquake ravaged, crime-riddled nation. Well, you are, but Labadee is a private resort and ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, crime, haiti, south america, travel-crime, travel-safety

Haiti earthquakes: advice for travelers

HAITI | Thu, 14 Jan 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [4490]

CNN.com has reported that officials are fearing more than 100,000 people have died as a result of Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday 12th January, centered about 10 miles (15 kilometers) ... Read more >

Tags: earthquake, haiti, natural disaster, safety, travel in haiti, travel-alert, travel-insurance, travel-safety-tips, world nomads

November - Fete Gede, Haiti

HAITI | Fri, 17 Oct 2008 | By worldfestivals | Views [8600]

Location: National Cemetery, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Dates: 1–2 November Level of Participation: 5 – dance with the dead Description: The Voodoo festival of Fete Gede is the religion’s version ... Read more >

Tags: fete gede, haiti, world festivals

 

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