Inside Disaster Haiti is a multi-platform documentary project about the Haiti earthquake and the humanitarian relief effort after the terrible events. A struggle that continues today.
The website, and interactive resource, work in tandem to provide a fascinating, and emotive, learning opportunity.
In 2010, a staggering 90% of Port-au-Prince’s schools were damaged or destroyed in the earthquake, and over 38,000 of the country’s students and 1,400 teachers were killed — a huge percentage of Haiti’s future middle class.
Find out why the devastation was so great, and how both Haitians and the international community responded to the crisis. Follow Haiti’s progress as the country rebuilds. Explore the past, present and future of humanitarisnism.
Experience the decisions made by survivors, aid workers, and journalists in Haiti through the first-person simulation, that allows you to experience the aftermath of the quake from three different, challenging, and unique perspectives.
This huge website, and interactive experience, are emotional, yet informative, and full of chances to explore difficult lives in an empathetic fashion. A stimulus for ongoing debate, discussion, research & much more. Powerful.
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