reblogged from PRI's The World
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A baby is weighed in a sling-scale at a UNICEF-supported baby-friendly tent in Cité L’Eternel, a slum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Baby-friendly spaces offer nutrition counselling, food and medicine, and a safe place for mothers to breastfeed.  
© UNICEF/Roger LeMoyne
http://www.unicef.org

unicef:

A baby is weighed in a sling-scale at a UNICEF-supported baby-friendly tent in Cité L’Eternel, a slum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Baby-friendly spaces offer nutrition counselling, food and medicine, and a safe place for mothers to breastfeed.  

© UNICEF/Roger LeMoyne

http://www.unicef.org

# Haiti # children # women # health

reblogged from UNICEF
Understanding Haiti through comics: Pharés Jerome, a reporter for Le Nouvelliste, and comic artist named Chevelin Pierre, have just completed the first chapter of a comic series called “Tents Beyond  Tents,” about how so many Haitians affected by the hurricane are still  living in tent camps.
The duo was enlisted by American cartoonist Matt Bors, who’s editing a comics journalism project about life in Haiti since the earthquake. Bors spoke to The World’s Marco Werman yesterday.
"Tents Beyond Tents" was published online Thursday by Cartoon Movement.

Understanding Haiti through comics: Pharés Jerome, a reporter for Le Nouvelliste, and comic artist named Chevelin Pierre, have just completed the first chapter of a comic series called “Tents Beyond Tents,” about how so many Haitians affected by the hurricane are still living in tent camps.

The duo was enlisted by American cartoonist Matt Bors, who’s editing a comics journalism project about life in Haiti since the earthquake. Bors spoke to The World’s Marco Werman yesterday.

"Tents Beyond Tents" was published online Thursday by Cartoon Movement.

# Haiti # comics # culture

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