Film 5 and Day 5 of 10: Take a break this weekend and understand Haiti from the Haitian perspective

January 16, 2016

CSFilm commemorates the 6th anniversary of the Haiti earthquake by sharing Haitian voices and visions. Take less than 10 minutes a day to watch a Haitian-made film. Learn from and share Haitian perspectives.

Today, Haitian dairy farmers prove their worth to community and country:

Milking Local Capacity, (Pwodiksyon Lèt pou yon Kominote Djanm) -5:59

Director & Videographer: Jéthro-Claudel Pierre Jeanty
Sound: Christien Sylvaince, Steeve Colin, Production Assist: Robenson Sanon, Editor: Mysuel Thimothée

Host a Screening                                                                                                                              Buy the DVD

JethroHaitian farmers are fighting the government’s allowance of cheap imported food by collaborating to rebuild their production capacity and, thereby, their country’s food security and sovereignty.

Jéthro-Claudel Pierre Jeanty lives in Ouanaminthe and has worked as a teacher of Creole and social sciences, and as a director and reporter for two radio stations.  Since taking the CSFilm training he is working as a regional reporter for Groupe Mèdialternatif concentrating on border issues.  Jethro is also pursuing a degree in law.

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