Transcript: DETAIL 2 The flag of haiti consists of two horizontal bars,blue over red,defaced by white panel bearing the haitian cost of arms. Topic Rice and beans are consider the na HAITI! Detail 1 Detail 4 Detail 3
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Transcript: Christ the Rock's Involvement in Haiti Pastor Lavaud- relationship-church Self Sustaining Projects Well Driller Water Project Goat Project Medical Care/Dental Care Relationships Lavaud's other projects: garden peanut radio station printing business food distribution- Convoy of Hope Important Diseases Malaria Dengue Typhoid Malnutrition Parasitic infections Malaria Prevention Chloroquine 500 mg weekly- begin the week prior to trip and for 4 weeks after (alternative Dosycycline) side effects: GI side effects, neurologic) 30% DEET- Higher no better (3-4 hours) Lemon Eucalyptus oil- equivalent Permethrin clothes Bed Nets!! Protection at dusk The January 2010 earthquake extensively damaged buildings, roads, and other infrastructure, and conditions in Haiti remain hazardous. Since October 2010, a cholera outbreak has spread across the country, and CDC has issued an outbreak notice regarding cholera. In consideration of the high rates of violent crime, the cholera outbreak, other safety risks, and limited access to medical care, the US Department of State has issued a travel warning recommending against nonessential travel to Haiti. Other CDC guidance related to Haiti can be found at Haiti Earthquake and Travel. Food & Housing Little Known Facts: Don't flush the toilet paper Food in the compound generally safe (Food guidelines for 3rd world countries) DON'T waste the water/bottle/soda HAND WASHING!!!! Cultural Information- HAITI Christians DON'T dance or drink outside of home (bars, disco's) Impolite to point with index finger Red bandanas not recommended (witch doctors) Christians DON'T smoke Christians DON'T get tattoos or wear ankle bracelets Americans are excused from most things but we try to culturally correct DON'T take pictures that are obvious of market ladies or from the back of the truck DON'T throw out candy from the truck SAFETY (Remember we are not in the USA) Travel in pairs, or better yet, in groups Take a trusted interpreter with you (Some interpreters are not as well known) Let us know if you are going somewhere Keep your valuables contained- especially in Port Au Prince References CDC.gov (Immunizations) Betterhealthforhaiti.com (Instructional Videos) PIH.org (Health care organization in Central Haiti- Paul Farmer) goproject.org (The global orphan project) notforgotteninternational.org (Non-profit donations, matching funds non church related) Recommended Reading Mountains Beyond Mountains By Tracy Kidder HAITI- After the Earthquake By Paul Farmer Payment Policy Each team member must agree to take full responsibility of trip cost. Initial payment of $100 to save your spot on the team. Payable asap Total $600 down 90 days from trip departure so we can secure airfare Payment of the complete expenses 2 weeks prior to departure Estimated expenses are as follows: Airfare: $600 Room and board $25/day ($200) Other lodging (to/from airport) $50-100 Local transportation/fuel: $200 Misc. expenses(tips/interpreters): $100 Initial $100 non refundable will go to team costs if participant can not make trip Once tickets are purchased this portion also can not be refunded but ticket can be transferred to a later date for an additional cost. Chikungunya
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Transcript: My time in Haiti 3.5 million people in Haiti were affected by the earthquake in 2010. Two million people were living in the most affected area. Nearly 5,000 schools were destroyed or damaged. Yo soy creole haitiano Both my mother and father were born in Haiti and come from descendants from the colonial French Louisiana. miss you mommyh In 1997 my mother traveled to her home town and met my father. In 1998 on March 16th their little Creole princess was born... 2010 Haiti earthquake 60% of Haitians are of African descent; Sacatras also known as "Brin" in my parents first language Creole. Creole can be referred to as a language, food or a way of life... Haitian parents be like... My heritage More than 10% of Haitian children die before the age of five. Born in the US, at the age 2 months before my mother's death she took me on my first trip to Haiti to visit my father which lasted 4 months before my parents packed me up and left Haiti for good. In September 1998, Haiti faced Hurricane George there were over 209 deaths and $179 million cost of damages. Haitian life....
Transcript: Flag of Haiti Haiti Family Activities Haiti Zander Malik PD. 8 4-28-14 Zander Malik PD. 8 4-28-14 Interesting Facts Conclusion Beach Life Soccer is Haiti’s main sport Haiti has a voodoo religion First Black Republic Speak mainly French So, are you ready to come yet? You can go to the beach, have a great time with your family, and learn a lot of new stuff about Haiti. Just call at 555-555-5555 and ask for Zander. Zipling Bowling Cruises Bike Riding Surfing
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Transcript: Son of papa doc(baby doc) P Government He opposed a military coup d'etat in 1950 and was elected as President in 1957 on a populist and black nationalist. His rule, based on a purged military, a rural militia known as the Tonton Macoute. Government President of Haiti from 1971 until his overthrow by a popular uprising in 1986. He succeeded his father François "Papa Doc" Duvalier as the ruler of Haiti after the latter's death in 1971. After gaining power, he introduced cosmetic changes to his father's side and assigned much authority to his advisors, even though thousands of Haitians were killed and tortured, hundreds of thousands left the country. 1980 1970 Papa Doc Duvalier Events For people that left Haiti 1975 Haiti Flag Throughout the 1970s and 1975's an increasing number of rural and lower-class urban Haitians emigrated, here too. In the 1980s, many 500,000 Haitians were living in the United States; there were large communities in New York, Miami, Boston, Chicago, and Philadelphia.
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