Author Archive for Pradip Malde

Professor, Dept. of Art and Art History, Sewanee: The University of the South Co-Director, Haiti Institute in Sewanee

Zanmi Foto Training Day 3

Today’s plan for training with our CFFL partners is sketched out above. We are moving forward with the Photo Survey of Zanmi Lasante, as Caroline Minchew and Chandler Sowden build a list of survey locations, priorities and key data points. Meanwhile, Brooke Irvine is working with Marie Flore Chipps Lafontant to setup a workplace for… more →

USAID Takes Step Toward Greater Transparency, Reveals Low Levels of Local Procurement | Relief and Reconstruction Watch

article : USAID Takes Step Toward Greater Transparency, Reveals Low Levels of Local Procurement | Relief and Reconstruction Watch In a positive step towards greater transparency of U.S. aid programs in Haiti and worldwide USAID has released new data on its use of local country systems. However, the content of the data itself also raises questions… more →

Sewanee’s Agroforestry Project in Haiti

Join Sewanee’s Keri Bryan, C’12 on her last trip as a post-baccalaureate fellow to Bois Joli, Haiti. During her fellowship, Keri worked with Dr. Deborah McGrath to launch an agroforestry project centered around coffee production, in partnership with a Haitian organization called Zanmi Agricole. Dr. McGrath continues to expand the project with Haitian agronomists, Bois Joli farmers and Sewanee students.

The media piece was photographed and produced by Stephen L. Garrett (Sewanee C’01) from a trip to Haiti in May, 2013. Stephen is the Senior Visual Media Producer for the Office of Marketing and Communications at Sewanee. His multimedia work has taken him to 13 countries and across the US as a field producer and photographer. In 2012, Stephen was nominated for 3 regional Emmy awards, along with Nathan Clendenin (Sewanee C’00), for their work for UNC Hospitals.