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One Day in Port-au-Prince

Updated: Mon, 3 Jan 2011

Introduction

"One Day in Port-au-Prince" puts you in the shoes of ordinary Haitians with extraordinary stories of the earthquake and its aftermath.

Combining stills and video with graphics and text, this multimedia experience transports you to the streets and tent cities of Haiti’s capital. The people featured tell their stories in their own words. Each story evokes issues centralto Haiti’s recovery.

“One Day in Port-au-Prince” is a multimedia documentary by Thomson Reuters Foundation Editor Tim Large, made to commemorate the first anniversary of the January 2010 earthquake.

In October 2011, he got to know the people featured in “One Day in Port-au-Prince”. He hung out with them in the camps and streets, photographed them in their  homes or workplaces and offered them a platform to tell their own stories.

Click on the "Showcase" tab to watch the stories and read the blogs.

"One Day in Port-au-Prince" puts you in the shoes of ordinary Haitians with extraordinary stories of the earthquake and its aftermath.

Combining stills and video with graphics and text, this multimedia experience transports you to the streets and tent cities of Haiti’s capital. The people featured tell their stories in their own words. Each story evokes issues centralto Haiti’s recovery.

“One Day in Port-au-Prince” is a multimedia documentary by Thomson Reuters Foundation Editor Tim Large, made to commemorate the first anniversary of the January 2010 earthquake.

In October 2011, he got to know the people featured in “One Day in Port-au-Prince”. He hung out with them in the camps and streets, photographed them in their  homes or workplaces and offered them a platform to tell their own stories.

Click on the "Showcase" tab to watch the stories and read the blogs.