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Hatian flowers

Viewing of some flowers that exist in Haiti. We don’t know its specific name unfortunately.

Travelling by horse.

Viewing a beautiful landscape and a lot of trees from Haiti. See also a man travelling with its horse.

River In Petit-Goave, Haïti

Petit Goave. During the rainy and cyclonic season, this scarce current can become very quickly an overflowing river, flooding the houses around.

Haiti – floods

Aerial view of Baradères – a municipality in the Nippes Department in Haiti’s southwest. The zone was flooded after a rain.

Hurricane, Haïti.

Les Cayes, southern Haiti, October 5, 2016. Hurricane Matthew has struck Haiti. Immediate aftermath. Red Cross teams assess the situation with authorities and other organizations.

Unintended Consequences

Unplanned urbanisation directly increases people’s vulnerability to disasters. The economic, social and environmental consequences can be enormous. From the north of Port-au-Prince, Haïti.

Thousands Displaced Due to Flooding in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti

After days of continuous rains, parts of Haiti’s north, including Cap Haïtien, suffered serious flooding, leaving more than a dozen dead and thousands homeless.

Haitian Village Devastated by Tropical Storm “Hanna”

An aerial view of the houses in a village drowning in the water floods caused by the tropical storm “Hanna”.

Channel full of trashes.

It’s a channel full of trashes from Cap-Haïtien. That could cause a lot of trouble when it’s rainning.

Fonds Verrettes (Haiti)

Flood aftermath, Fonds Verrettes, Haiti, 2004

Jérémie, after Mathew

The town of Jérémie, Haiti, after the passing of Hurricane Matthew.

Orange Your World

In Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince, 40 national and international staff dressed in orange, from MINUSTAH, the UN Mission for the Stabilization of Haiti, and United Nations Development Programme – UNDP, created a giant orange chain circling the female logo