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.

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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4 immigration passport stamps per trip when traveling to the Dominican Republic from Haiti

4 immigration passport stamps per trip when traveling to the Dominican Republic from Haiti

Every time you travel from Haiti to the Dominican Republic your passport will be stamped four times.

1 - Exit stamp when you leave Haiti.

2 - Entry stamp like the one above when you go though Dominican immigration across the border.

3 - Exit stamp when at the end of your trip when leaving DR.

4 - Entry stamp back to Haiti when your re-enter the country.

That's 4 stamps per trip to travel within the same island of Hispaniola.

Believe me, this can eat up your visa pages quickly if you travel to and from these two neighboring countries a lot.

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A Sad Naomi Osaka tweets: No Haitian food spots in Los Angeles

A Sad Naomi Osaka tweets: No Haitian food spots in Los Angeles

Naomi Osaka tweets: "Does LA really not have any Haitian food spots or am I not searching correctly? Cause I'm about to go back to Miami asap...bye LA it was cool while it lasted but I can't live without legume and plantains"

Many Haitians reply to her. Read some of the replies by reading the related articles below.

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Naomi Osaka Chillin in LA - Naomi in Hollywood

Naomi Osaka Chillin in LA - Naomi in Hollywood

Here are a couple of photos of Haitian-Japanese Tennis star Naomi Osaka sightseeing in Hollywood hills near the Hollywood sign.

The Hollywood Sign is an one of the most landmark and cultural icon in America overlooking Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.

The Hollywood sign It is situated on Mount Lee, in the Hollywood Hills area of the Santa Monica Mountains.

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A virtual dish of Diri, Legume and Bannan Peze for Naomi Osaka!

A virtual dish of Diri, Legume and Bannan Peze for Naomi Osaka!

Haitian Tennis Star Naomi Osaka was craving some Haitian Levume and Bannann in LA, so a fan sent her a virtual "Plat diri, bannan peze ak legume"

"Listennnn....now I'm craving," Tresh @treshahollis wrote replying to Naomi Osaka tweet.

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Rale Ti Chez Baw

Rale Ti Chez Baw

What does it mean when Haitians says "Rale Ti Chez Ba w"?

Rale ti chez baw in haitian culture means people are about to gossip, some one is about to tell you the whole story.

Rale ti ches ba'w is comparable to "sit back, relax" in english.

By the way, the picture you are looking at in this page is the l"ti chèz pay" that Haitians often refer to as ti chez ba. It is a short chair that is in use every where in the coutnry. especialy by ti machanns (street vendors) in the Haitian street markets.

The chicken in the picture is a bonus.

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Japanese Tennis Champion Naomi Osaka and her Haitian Dad Leonard Francois

Japanese Tennis Champion Naomi Osaka and her Haitian Dad Leonard Francois

Here is a Photo Japanese Tennis World Champion Naomi Osaka and her Haitian father and coach Leonard Francois.

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Michel Giraud - Journaliste Sportif Haitien

Michel Giraud - Journaliste Sportif Haitien

Haitian Sports Journalist Michel Giraud was considered a wealth of sports information and a living archive of Haitian football/soccer.

Michel Giraud wasone of the oldest Haitian sports columnist of Radio Galaxie in Port-au-Prince Haiti.

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