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Haiti: the enduring cycle of violence and poverty

05-11-2009 Film

Brice Osmer lost his arm in 2005 after being hit by a stray bullet near his home in Cité Soleil. Shortly thereafter, his wife was shot in the stomach and barely survived. Violence affects 98% of the population of this sprawling shanty town, one of the poorest in the Western hemisphere, hindering people's ability to work and thus put food on the table for their families.

   


     
 


  • Copyright: ICRC
  • Release year: 2009
  • Production locations: Haiti
  • Running time: 3'18''

This video was produced for the "One World Your Move" 2009 campaign