Haiti Photo Stories

Every picture has a story to tell... Here you will find a list of Haiti photo stories, a blog where I tell you when, where and why a Haiti photo was taken.

These Haitian Goats are enjoying the most breathtaking view in Haiti

These Haitian Goats are enjoying the most breathtaking view in Haiti

Woke up one morning taking my morning walk and I discovered a bunch of goats laying right on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Guayamouc River enjoying the view.

These are the little things that are probably meaningless to the average Haitian who sees it everyday and probably why they think I am crazy when they see me taking a picture of goats.

I think it's cute.

What do you think about the view and the goats.

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A tiny path in a savannah somewhere in Haiti

A tiny path in a savannah somewhere in Haiti

Here is a photo of a little path in the middle of a savanna in Haiti. Haitians call this a "chemin". If you follow it, it will take you out ot a bigger a road or to someone's house but it definitely take you somewhere.

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Muhammad Ali and President Rene Preval

Muhammad Ali and President Rene Preval

Here is a photo of boxer Muhammad Ali and former Haitian president Rene Preval. Find out what happened when the two met for the first time.

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PHOTO: Gracia Delva and Blondedy Ferdinand Kissing

PHOTO: Gracia Delva and Blondedy Ferdinand Kissing

Here is a photo of Gracia Delva kissing Blondedy Ferdinand on stage.

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Madame Jeanbart - Haitians over 100 years old

Madame Jeanbart - Haitians over 100 years old

Here is a photo of Haitian Centenarian Madame Jeanbart from Petit-Goave. As of January 2020, she is alive and still kicking at the age of 127 years old.

Haitians who live to be 100 years old or more.

(Facebook photo by Francel Tinor)

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Bicentenaire when it was founded - Port-au-Prince Haiti

Bicentenaire when it was founded - Port-au-Prince Haiti

This is what Bicentenaire looked like when is was founded in Port-au-Prince Haiti.

The name "Bicentenaire" came from The Exposition internationale du bicentenaire de Port-au-Prince, a world's fair held in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 1949 to mark 200 years since Port-au-Prince was founded.

The area now known as Bicentenaire in Haiti is where fair took place. The first opening ceremony took place on December 8, 1949.

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Dimitri Vorbe, Elisabeth Delatour Preval - Dossier Sogener

Dimitri Vorbe, Elisabeth Delatour Preval - Dossier Sogener

Affaire Sogener Haiti -- On November 25 2019, The government commissioner of Port-au-Prince issued arrest warrants against Dimitri Vorbe, Elizabeth Délatour Préval, Jean Marie Vorbe, Roger Lefèvre, Daniel Dorsainvil, Frantz Verela and Serge Raphaèl for forgery and use of forgery, in private writing, overcharging, illicit enrichment, association of criminals, to the detriment of the Haitian State.

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Yon Ayiti san Cholera - Combatting cholera in Haiti

Yon Ayiti san Cholera - Combatting cholera in Haiti

Today, in most parts of the Haiti, cholera is being defeated. There are still some suspect cases of cholera in the hard-to-reach areas of the Center and Artibonite departments. But even there, the diarrheal disease is about to be eliminated.

Watch thie video from UNICEF Haiti helping to rid Haiti of Cholera.

No cholera case has been confirmed since February 4, 2019.

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An older looking Clifford Brandt after years in prison in Haiti for Kidnapping

An older looking Clifford Brandt after years in prison in Haiti for Kidnapping

Here is a photo of Clifford Brandt after being incarcerated for many years for Kidnapping. Clifford Brandt has a very long white beard.

This photo was taken in January 2019 when Brandt's kidnapping case was being retried in a criminal court in Gonaives.

Read all about Clifford Brand and his high profile kidnapping case here.

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Bannann Miske Haiti

Bannann Miske Haiti

Here is a of bannan miske being sold in Haiti. Bannann miske, or plantain in English, is used to make "Bannen Peze" (fried plantain) and sold as Fritay in Haiti.

Haitians consume a lot of bannan miske, more than another plant in the banana family.

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