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Haiti Grassroots Watch (Ayiti Kale Je) - http://www.haitigrassrootsw... - is an innovative partnership of two Haitian organizations -- Groupe Medialternatif/Alterpresse and the Society for the Animation of Social Communication (SAKS) -- along with students from the Faculty of Human Sciences at the State University of Haiti and members of two networks -- the network of women community radio broadcasters (REFRAKA) and the Association of Haitian Community Media (AMEKA), which is comprised of community radio stations located across the country.

Haiti Grassroots Watch produces text, audio and video content in Haitian Creole, French and English for audiences in Haiti, in the Haitian diaspora (in Creole and English), as well as in North America, Latin America and throughout the world. The effort focuses on "watchdogging" the aid and reconstruction from the point of view of Haiti's majority, at the same time as it also provides historical and political context, examines structural causes and challenges, and seeks out Haitian academics, technicians and specialists who add their voices to the voices of the Haitian people and their associations and organizations. Write to us: ayitikaleje@gmail.com
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Haiti Grassroots Watch (Ayiti Kale Je) - http://www.haitigrassrootsw... - is an innovative partnership of two Haitian organizations -- Groupe Medialternatif/Alterpresse and the Society for the Animation of Social Communication (SAKS) -- along with students from the Faculty of Human Sciences at the State University of Haiti and members of two networks -- the network of women community radio broadcasters (REFRAKA) and the Association of Haitian Community Media (AMEKA), which is comprised of community radio stations located across the country.

Haiti Grassroots Watch produces text, audio and video content in Haitian Creole, French and English for audiences in Haiti, in the Haitian diaspora (in Creole and English), as well as in North America, Latin America and throughout the world. The effort focuses on "watchdogging" the aid and reconstruction from the point of view of Haiti's majority, at the same time as it also provides historical and political context, examines structural causes and challenges, and seeks out Haitian academics, technicians and specialists who add their voices to the voices of the Haitian people and their associations and organizations. Write to us: ayitikaleje@gmail.com Show less

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