Thursday, October 27, 2016

Historic Haiti

Historic Haiti
By: Malfini Photography
This video is about the North of Haiti. 

A place where you will find history, beaches, culture, and nature. 

We invite you to come take this little trip with us and come share the magic of Historic Haiti.

Basin Waka, Borgne

Basin Waka, Borgne

Ajoutée le 21 Oct. 2016

This awesome little lagoon is tucked inside a mountain. To get there, you need a car, a boat, a hike, and a bathing suit. 

Definitely a cool day to add to your Haiti trip. 

Basin Waka, Borgne

Malfini Photography

Capturing the beauty of Haiti from above.
Showing a different side, the positive side.

Rue 11  Cap-Haïtien, Haiti


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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Citadelle Laferrière ''EPIC SOAR!!''

Citadelle Laferrière 
''EPIC SOAR!!'' 

Wynn FPV

Musique: "Pachelbel's Canon (a Duet)" par Jennifer Thomas

Wynn FPV


Sans-Souci Palace - Wynn FPV

Sans-Souci Palace
Wynn FPV

Musique:   "Standing The Storm" par William Joseph

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Haiti After The Storm: Part One & Two

Haiti After The Storm: Part Two
The Turnaround

Published on Oct 24, 2016

In the fallout of Hurricane Matthew, Haiti is a changed landscape. Join us as we journey to Haiti after the storm.

The Turnaround: Your World in 360 brings you breaking news stories from around the world to experience for yourself in real time.


Haiti After The Storm: Part One

Ajoutée le 17 oct. 2016
In this episode of The Turnaround, we take you to Haiti where Hurricane Matthew has destroyed entire communities and created the potential for cholera outbreaks in its wake. 



Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Haiti After Hurricane Matthew: Part One

Haiti After Hurricane Matthew:
Part One

In this episode of The Turnaround, we take you to Haiti where Hurricane Matthew has destroyed entire communities and created the potential for cholera outbreaks in its wake.

The impoverished nation was still recovering from a massive earthquake when Hurricane Matthew hit.


For the second time in under a decade, Haiti is reeling from a catastrophic natural disaster that has caused mass fatalities and ravaged much of its already-vulnerable infrastructure.

A devastating magnitude 7 earthquake rattled the impoverished island nation in 2010, triggering dozens of aftershocks and killing as many as 316,000 people. Some 300,000 more were injured and approximately 1.5 million residents were internally displaced.

Haiti’s recovery from the quake has been a slow and painstaking process, plagued by the worst Cholera outbreak in recent history. Tens of thousands of Haitians were still homeless or living in dilapidated shelters years later when disaster struck again.

Hurricane Matthew ripped through the country’s southwest with wind speeds reaching 145 mph in early October. The storm left a deadly trail of “complete destruction,” Haitian Interior Minister François Anick Joseph said days after it hit. Experts fear the latest disaster could worsen the ongoing cholera epidemic.

The hurricane caused severe damage to crops and destroyed boats used for fishing in some of the worst-affected areas, leaving many people unable to support themselves with “nothing left to survive on,” according to Marc Soniel Noel, the deputy mayor of Chantal in southern Haiti.

The United Nations announced that a “massive response” to the crisis is required with at least 1.4 million Haitians currently in need of help, but multiple humanitarian groups have said that badly damaged infrastructure and blocked roads have made it difficult to reach survivors. Agencies like the World Food Programme and American Red Cross are working to distribute food and medical supplies, as doctors remain largely inaccessible.

“Many people I have met are surviving by eating fruit from fallen trees,” said Carlos Veloso, a WFP representative in Haiti. “We are using trucks and helicopters to transport [food supplies] as quickly as possible to save lives.”

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Jérémie - Ouragan Matthew

Jérémie  Square

La Bonne Nouvelle

Wharf Jérémie

A Jérémie, l’Ouragan Matthew
Laisse des Cicatrices

Les Cayes - Hurricane Matthew + Drone Over Les Cayes

Hurricane Matthew
Devastates Les Cayes

Hurricane Matthew
Les Cayes  2

Drone Over Les Cayes
5 août 2016

Welcome to Les Cayes
 Févr. 2013

Musique: "Aux Cayes" par Dadou Pasquet
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Monday, October 10, 2016

Hurricane Matthew hits Les Cayes

Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti
Pléiades captures the devastation
Les Cayes

On 4th October,  the eye of Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful hurricane on record in almost a decade, slowly crossed the south-west of Haiti. Les Cayes, the country's third-largest city, was particularly hard hit. Classed as category four (out of five), Hurricane Matthew ripped up trees and destroyed many buildings. The damage can be seen on the Pléiades satellite images acquired on 7 October 2016 compared to archive image ry from 2015.

The International Charter - Space and Major Disasters activated the programming of several satellites over the many sites in Haiti, as well as  Florida and the East Coast of America. Maps of the hurricane's impact were sent to relief organisations and to the authorities of the stricken countries.

to see 
Les Cayes

Church and market in Les Cayes, Haiti

Western tip of Les Cayes, Haiti