The second series of ‘Drive-by shooting Haiti’ in pictures.
©Kai Lutterodt 2013
(No weapons involved)
On the out-skirts of Cité Soleil. A workers from the wholesalers stands on the edge of the truck to prevent theft as the freshly bought produce gets delivered to the Sathya Sai centre.
-A street worker goes ‘above’ expected to clean the windows of a car for literally a penny.
Tap-tap-spotting: various colourful tap-taps around Port-au-Prince (local Haitian transportation)
On the highway… Overfilled tap-taps. It is common for people to stand if seats are unavailable… Or sit on top of the vehicle risking their lives!
-A caged tap-tap. Believed to be prevent theft as the tap-tap passes Cité Soliel… Port-au-Prince’s notorious neighbourhood
Children of the camps. The Sathya Sai centre vehicle delivers 2000 meals daily to children living in camps across Port-au-Prince.
-A community leader helps pump water
Scenes in and out of Port-au-Prince…
On the highway passing by the ‘naked mountain’. Many inhabitants of Port-au-Prince fled to the outskirts of the city after the 2010 earthquake, putting up shacks on any available space on the bare mountain.