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STORIES FROM HAITI Part two: from 2011 English resources for 7 -11 year olds STORIES FROM HAITI Part two: from 2011 English resources for 7 -11 year olds

CHANGING MEDIA STORIES CHANGING MEDIA STORIES

Show pupils the Guardian photo gallery: Haiti then and now, published in January 2011. Show pupils the Guardian photo gallery: Haiti then and now, published in January 2011. http: //www. theguardian. com/world/gallery/2011/jan/11/haitiearthquake-one-year-on#/? picture=370477341&index=19 Page 3

CAPTURING SURVIVORS’ STORIES CAPTURING SURVIVORS’ STORIES

Rebuilding Haiti: shelter A temporary camp in Port-au-Prince. Photo credit: Step Haiselden/Oxfam Page 5 Rebuilding Haiti: shelter A temporary camp in Port-au-Prince. Photo credit: Step Haiselden/Oxfam Page 5

Rebuilding Haiti: clearing the streets Photo credit: Ivan Muñoz/Intermon Local people were paid to Rebuilding Haiti: clearing the streets Photo credit: Ivan Muñoz/Intermon Local people were paid to clear rubble. They could use this money to buy food. and other essential items. Human chains of young people pass rocks hand to clear some of the rubble in Port-au-Prince. Page 6

Rebuilding Haiti: clean water People collecting clean water at a temporary camp set up Rebuilding Haiti: clean water People collecting clean water at a temporary camp set up on a former golf course in Port-au-Prince. Photo credit: Caroline Gluck/Oxfam Page 7

Credit: Julia Gilbert/Oxfam Credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam Rebuilding Haiti: staying healthy People collecting hygiene kits Credit: Julia Gilbert/Oxfam Credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam Rebuilding Haiti: staying healthy People collecting hygiene kits to help them stay healthy. Rene Marie Dominique, aged 10, standing by Oxfam toilets built at a camp in Port-au-Prince. Page 8

Watch the video about rebuilding Haiti after the earthquake. Stories from Haiti: 2011 -2014 Watch the video about rebuilding Haiti after the earthquake. Stories from Haiti: 2011 -2014 https: //vimeo. com/98713096 Page 9

Survivors’ stories: Katty Matin Katty Rebecca Matin, aged 13, spends several hours each day Survivors’ stories: Katty Matin Katty Rebecca Matin, aged 13, spends several hours each day studying the school books she brought with her in a pillowcase. Photo credit: Coco Mc. Cabe/Oxfam Page 10

Survivors’ stories: Joseph Dessources is a tailor at Corrail Camp. Photo credits: Tony Adamson/Oxfam Survivors’ stories: Joseph Dessources is a tailor at Corrail Camp. Photo credits: Tony Adamson/Oxfam Joseph’s children look at a photograph of their father. Page 11

NEW BEGINNINGS NEW BEGINNINGS

Marie Carole Boursiquot’s story After the earthquake, Marie Carole ran a canteen which served Marie Carole Boursiquot’s story After the earthquake, Marie Carole ran a canteen which served 80 people with hot food each day. Here she is cooking the food. Marie Carole Boursiquot standing where her house and shop once stood before the earthquake destroyed it. Photo credits (both): Jane Beesley/Oxfam Page 13

Marie Carole Boursiquot’s story Here is Marie Carole at her new shop, bought with Marie Carole Boursiquot’s story Here is Marie Carole at her new shop, bought with the profits from her canteen work and a business loan. “I’m back on my feet!” Photo credits (all): Kateryna Perus/Oxfam Page 14

INTRODUCING MORE SURVIVORS INTRODUCING MORE SURVIVORS

Changing needs of survivors Photo credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam GB Renel with some freshly-baked loaves Changing needs of survivors Photo credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam GB Renel with some freshly-baked loaves from his bakery business. Photo credit: Oxfam staff Clearing rubble and searching for survivors. Page 16

Survivors’ stories: Bazile Octavius Francile rebuilt her shop in March and added an extension Survivors’ stories: Bazile Octavius Francile rebuilt her shop in March and added an extension so that she can now stock drinks too. “I stock new things now that I never did before like oil and drinks. ” Photo credits (both): Caroline Gluck/Oxfam Page 17

Survivors’ stories: Marie Therese Exsperant was one of many workers being paid to clear Survivors’ stories: Marie Therese Exsperant was one of many workers being paid to clear rubbish from the streets. “We love this activity! It’s good for us because the children are less sick and we don’t have to sit and smell all the bad smells that come from the rubbish!” Photo credits (both): Jane Beesley/Oxfam Page 18

Survivors’ stories: Renel “There is a big need and demand for bread from both Survivors’ stories: Renel “There is a big need and demand for bread from both the camp and surrounding area. The money has helped me to buy a large oven. ” Photo credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam Renel with some freshly-baked loaves. Page 19

Survivors’ stories: Kenebye “The money has helped me set up this space for my Survivors’ stories: Kenebye “The money has helped me set up this space for my business. I’ve also been able to have some of my sewing machines repaired and buy some new machines and material. ” Photo credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam Kenebye in her dressmaker’s shop Page 20

Survivors’ stories: Dimy “The money has meant I could develop the business I’d already Survivors’ stories: Dimy “The money has meant I could develop the business I’d already started. It’s given us a good push. ” Photo credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam Dimy clipping a customer’s hair. Page 21

Survivors’ stories: Esline was trained to make sure that people have clean water and Survivors’ stories: Esline was trained to make sure that people have clean water and sanitation in order to stay healthy. “An outsider wouldn’t have the same interest in managing things as we do. We want to plant trees, form our own company to collect and remove rubbish and employ young people who cannot find work. ” Photo credits (both): Jane Beesley/Oxfam Page 22

Survivors’ stories: Saintelus and Melissa “I painted an earthquake-proof house because my house was Survivors’ stories: Saintelus and Melissa “I painted an earthquake-proof house because my house was destroyed” Photo credit: Jane Beesley/Oxfam Page 23

A NEW STORY A NEW STORY

Rooftop and backyard gardening project 250 families like this one take part in Oxfam’s Rooftop and backyard gardening project 250 families like this one take part in Oxfam’s backyard gardening project, growing their own food to eat healthily. Sometimes they also have food left over to sell and can use the money to buy other food or school equipment and uniforms. Photo credit: Richard Eugene/Oxfam Page 25

Delise’s story “I am growing vegetables in my backyard. My family eats most of Delise’s story “I am growing vegetables in my backyard. My family eats most of the vegetables and the rest are sold. The entire family helps me in the small garden as they saw the good results from the first harvest. ” Photo credit: Richard Eugene/Oxfam Delise standing in her vegetable garden, created from recycled tyres. Page 26

Noel’s story “I grow mainly Swiss chard and carrots. When we want to eat Noel’s story “I grow mainly Swiss chard and carrots. When we want to eat other vegetables, I exchange them with other urban farmers who are producing different vegetables”. Photo credit: Richard Eugene/Oxfam Page 27

Marie Therese’s story “I want to sell some vegetables and use the money to Marie Therese’s story “I want to sell some vegetables and use the money to restart my old business. ” Photo credit: Peleg Charles/Oxfam Page 28

Watch the film about the rooftop and backyard gardeners here: https: //vimeo. com/98712995 Page Watch the film about the rooftop and backyard gardeners here: https: //vimeo. com/98712995 Page 29

Farming yards leaflet Page 30 Farming yards leaflet Page 30

STORIES FROM HAITI: REFLECTION STORIES FROM HAITI: REFLECTION

Photo credit: Caroline Gluck/Oxfam Photo credit: Coco Mc. Cabe/Oxfam Photo credit: Richard Eugene/Oxfam Page Photo credit: Caroline Gluck/Oxfam Photo credit: Coco Mc. Cabe/Oxfam Photo credit: Richard Eugene/Oxfam Page 32

Photo credit: Toby Adamson/Oxfam Photo credit: Tony Adamson/Oxfam Photo credit: Peleg Charles/Oxfam Page 33 Photo credit: Toby Adamson/Oxfam Photo credit: Tony Adamson/Oxfam Photo credit: Peleg Charles/Oxfam Page 33

Photo credit - Jane Beesley/Oxfam Photo credits (all): Jane Beesley/Oxfam Page 34 Photo credit - Jane Beesley/Oxfam Photo credits (all): Jane Beesley/Oxfam Page 34

“After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are thing we need most in the world. “After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are thing we need most in the world. ” Philip Pullman “The reason for evil in the world is that people are not able to tell their stories. ” C. G. Jung Page 35