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Cité Kids: Haiti

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Cite Kids 2014

Synopsis: Cité Kids is an independent documentary that follows Avanse, f/k/a Charity4LIFE in Haiti as they chronicle the lives of four children living in Cité Soleil: Djimmy, Lamarre, Adeline and Naderge. It's a story that shares the trials, tribulations and hope that exist in one of the poorest countries in the world. Cité Kids is a compelling, first-hand testimonial to the hardships of life in the slums and illustrates how children living in Cité Soleil can overcome adversity through the opportunities and skills afforded by education. The film gives you a behind the scenes look at the work Avanse is doing, who they are helping, and where your donations are going.

For a more detailed description of the film and Cité Soleil click here

Produced & Directed by: Jeannette Pawula & Rachel Martz
Cinematographer & Editor: Gunnar Curry

Featuring: Djimmy Desulme, Lamarre Witslin, Adeline Pierre, Naderge Jean-Baptiste, Jennifer Cheek Pantaleon, Guy Pantaleon, and Joel Petion

Appearances by: Rachel Martz, Jeannette Pawula, Frantz "Papouche" Nicolas, Ranald Schultz

Duration: 36:07
Release Date: February 4, 2014
Genre: Documentary

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Charity4LIFE is a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to put street kids on the path to success by empowering them to overcome the barriers of street life.

Cité Kids is a Charity4LIFE documentary series launched in 2014. This documentary series is intended to spur social discussion and be an inspiration to develop creative solutions from their supporter base. The entire documentary is produced, filmed and edited by Charity4LIFE's founders & volunteers.
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