Child-Focused – A documentary on change in Haiti
It is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. Over 10 million people call Haïti home, and 80% of the population lives in poverty – less than $2 a day. Adding to the misery, a large earthquake rocked the nation in 2010, killing 250,000 people and injuring over 3.5 million.
In this half hour documentary videographers Curtis Allen and Jay Stushnoff explore Haïti 5 years after the quake, and take a close look at the work being done by Compassion International to make a lasting change in the country from the inside out through it’s youngest citizens.
Ready to make a difference in the life of a child living in poverty? Sponsor a child today! compassion.ca/sponsor-a-child/
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Videography – Curtis Allen & Jay Stushnoff
Editing – Curtis Allen
Narration – Curtis Allen
Trip Coordination: Amy Bennett, Sean Dana, Ephraim Lindor, Tim Glenn (Compassion)
Drivers: Ephraim Lindor, Jean Ellie
Translation: Jean Claude Ester
Voice Over Engineer: Gurinder Pabla
Additional Video Provided By: LinkTV/Archive.org, Tim Glenn/Compassion International, Joel Trimble/Haiti For Christ
Special Thanks To: Rebecca Allen, Barry Slauenwhite, Compassion Canada, Mike Penninga, Kelowna Gospel Fellowship Church, Matchlight Media.
Filmed on location in Port Au Prince, Cap-Haitien and surrounding area.
Please feel free to show this video in your church or small group and post on social media. However, all footage in this film are property of Curtis Allen and Jay Stushnoff, and cannot be extracted for use in other videos, used for broadcast, or repurposed without written consent from the owners. ©2015 Solid Rock Video Services, Kelowna BC