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.

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka - Italian Open 2019

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka - Italian Open 2019

Here is a photo of Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka at the 2019 Italian Open.

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Most women want a flat stomach and a BIG bouda, so how you get it?

Most women want a flat stomach and a BIG bouda, so how you get it?

My wife goes to the gym almost everyday and keeps asking how she can get a flatter stomach and a bigger buttocks, what Haitians call "gwo bouda!"

There are many videos on you youtube with workouts for a bigger butt. I even saw a 3 minute butt workout but, after watching this video, my wife told me she does that everyday and seems to be getting the results she is looking for.

If you have you own exercise that give you a flatter tummy and a very nice looking bouda, please share!

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Malta H, Made in Haiti - Lait Bongu, imported

Malta H, Made in Haiti - Lait Bongu, imported

Products made in Haiti - Malta H is a product made in Haiti by the National Brewery of Haiti (BRANA).

The Bongu evaporated milk, unfortunately, is not made in Haiti. There are no milk dairy facilities in Haiti.

Compare Haiti to the Dominican Republic where Nestlé, the world's largest food and beverage company, has its Carnation Milk dairy facility right in the Dominican Republic where all the milk sold on the market is made locally.

Not only that, Netsle produces other products as well in in the Dominican Republic: Maggi, Nido, La Lechera, Netlse Crunch, Kit Kat, Nesquik, Trix, Cinamon Toas Crunch, Lucky Charms, Cherios, Nescafe, Nestea, and more, made in the Dominican Republic.

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Wow, If it wasn't for the Haitian Police officer on the sidewalk I would not think this is Haiti

Wow, If it wasn't for the Haitian Police officer on the sidewalk I would not think this is Haiti

This amazing picture you are looking at is Cap-Haitien Haiti. Breathtaking isn't it? If it wasn't for the Haitian Police officer on the sidewalk I would think this is some other island in the Caribbean.

This photo share by Iris Media Group is from the first edition of the Festival du Livre à Cap-Haïtien (Cap-Haitien Book Festival), Friday, May 10th, 2019.

Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color! Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color!

The event was organized by the Foundation of the Old Women of Regina Assumpta in Haiti (la Fondation des Anciennes de Régina Assumpta en Haïti - FARAH)
The event was organized in the streets, in front of the premises of the establishment.

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Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color!

Okap lakayan'm bèl! Cap-Haitien Haiti in living color!

Okap lakayan'm bèl!
vin vizite peyan'm zanman'm
nou gen bèl plage nou gen bèl sit istorik

This beautiful picture of Cap-Haitien was posted on Facebook with the exact caption you see here.

That's the Cap Haitien resident's way of saying: My city is beautiful! Come visit Cap-Haitien, we have beautiful beaches and historical sites.

Beautiful indeed!

Thank you, @PDGReniel for sharing

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53 alleged members of Anel Joseph's gang arrested in the Northern Haiti by police

53 alleged members of Anel Joseph's gang arrested in the Northern Haiti by police

Haitian police in Limbe, North department, found 53 suspicious individuals traveling in a closed container truck, alleged members of Anel Joseph's gang.

These individuals, including 6 women, were arrested and taken into custody by police.

They came form the artibonite department, police said, most of them with no legal identification, and could not clearly say where they were going.

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Some leaders in Haiti would be qualified as mentally insane in any other country

Some leaders in Haiti would be qualified as mentally insane in any other country

The saddest part about Haitian society is, some of our clearly paranoid and delusional leaders have followers and there does not seem to exist a legal way to classify these leaders as "coo coo" so we can take them to sanatorium de Port-au-Prince and protect their innocent followers.

It's every where in Haiti, in politics and in the church especially where many leaders are clearly insane and yet, they are deciding and influencing others to follow them in their craziness and no one is saying anything about this.

Read more from the related article below

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PHOTO: Haitians arrested in the Domincian Republic

PHOTO: Haitians arrested in the Domincian Republic

Look at this photo... A bunch of Haitians on the back of two pickup trucks arrested in the Dominican Republic for cutting down trees in a Dominican Forest.

Read the related article for more info.

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Haiti Agriculture : A crop field lays empty as farmers wait for rainfall to plant crops

Haiti Agriculture : A crop field lays empty as farmers wait for rainfall to plant crops

Haiti Agriculture in Haiti is defined as rainfed agriculture. it is the type of agriculture where farmers rely solely on rainfall for water.

Did you know that 90 percent of agricultural lands in Latin America, espeially in Haiti, are rainfed

This is an example of a crop field in Haiti that lays empty as farmers wait for rainfall to plant their crops.

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Fallen power lines in Haiti after a storm

Fallen power lines in Haiti after a storm

Maybe you shouldn't park your car too close to a power line during a storm because I really got lucky. This fallen power line in my neighborhood in Haiti fell inches from by car!

Now if only the electric company (EDH) would come fix it in time and restore my electricity!

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