Videos

Weaving our Strength - Part I

Running Time: 9:06

Makonen Fos Nou/Weaving Our Strength - Part I is one in a two-part series (18 min total) video that describes the project work of the Lambi Fund of Haiti. It describes the courage and determination of the Haitian men and women who have woven their strength together in grassroots organizations to work for economic justice, democracy and sustainable development. A running narrative by Josette Perard, Haiti Director of the Lambi Fund, sets the projects in larger context of the Haitian people's continuing struggle for democracy and economic justice.

 

 

Weaving our Strength - Part 2

Running Time: 7:23

Makonen Fos Nou/Weaving Our Strength - Part 2 is two in a two-part series (18 min total) video that describes the project work of the Lambi Fund of Haiti. It describes the courage and determination of the Haitian men and women who have woven their strength together in grassroots organizations to work for economic justice, democracy and sustainable development. A running narrative by Josette Perard, Haiti Director of the Lambi Fund, sets the projects in larger context of the Haitian people's continuing struggle for democracy and economic justice.

 

Discussion Questions:

 

  • What common images or phrases have shaped your perception of Haiti?

  • What do you understand to be the causes of poverty and hunger in Haiti?

  • According to the video, what historical forces have played a role in Haiti's economic and political situation today?

  • What specific obstacles do Haitian peasants confront in their efforts to improve their living conditions?

  • What is distinctive abut the way the Lambi Fund works with grassroots organizations?

  • What are the criteria that Lambi Fund uses to select the projects it supports?

  • What happens when Lambi Fund determines a community is not yet ready to begin a development project?

  • What specific changes have community and women's organizations achieved with support from the Lambi Fund of Haiti?"

  • What specific changes have community and women's organizations achieved with support from the Lambi Fund of Haiti?"

 

Pennies For Pigs, Pigs For Haiti

Running Time: 5:44

SUMMARY: School children gather their spare change to raise money for rebuilding in Haiti post-quake....and their principle kisses a pig!

Lambi Fund Leaders - Marie Marthe St. Cyr

Running Time: 1:29

SUMMARY: Marie Marthe St. Cyr, current Exective Director and former President of the Lambi Fund of Haiti's U.S. Board of Directors, discusses the role of the Lambi Fund in building the economy of Haiti.

Lambi Fund Leaders - Jay Schoenberger

Running Time: 1:31

SUMMARY: Meet former Lambi Fund of Haiti Board member Jay Schoenberger and hear him discuss why he is so passionate about the organization and its work.

Community Led Reforestation in Haiti

Running Time: 6:07

SUMMARY: The Lambi Fund of Haiti is actively working on Reforestation in Haiti.

Empowering the People

Running Time: 3:07

Project Videos - Pigs — Haitian Bank Accounts

Running Time: 4:56

Lambi Fund of Haiti won first and third place respectively in the Global Giving Filmfest with the most number of views and highest ratings by viewers.

 

Brandon McCarroll directed Pigs — Haitian Bank Accounts, a film about a pig project in southern Haiti that is led by a peasant woman.

Project Videos - Reforestation and Clean Water in Haiti

Running Time: 2:24

Lambi Fund of Haiti won first and third place respectively in the Global Giving Filmfest with the most number of views and highest ratings by viewers.

 

Lauren Pray and Hannah Dwertman are the filmakers for Reforestation and Clean Water in Haiti, which starts out with an animation about deforestation in Haiti and concludes with a profile of a grassroots group that is reforesting part of Haiti.

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Washington, DC 20036

 

Phone: 202.772.2372

Fax: 202.350.9407

 

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