Haiti is an island nation located in the south of South America.
In the 1970s, Haiti’s inhabitants became one of the poorest countries in the world and were forced to move to the United States to escape the brutal poverty.
Today, the Haiti community is one of several communities living in the United Nations refugee camp of Canton.
Here, Haitians are trying to make a living in a country where they are forced to work, even though they have no access to basic necessities such as electricity, water, or medical care.
“It’s not just me.
It’s a group of people.
I am one of them,” said Haiti resident Alisha Alon, who lives with her husband and two children in a tiny, two-bedroom home.
She works at a local barber shop as a housekeeper.
“If I don’t have a job, I can’t go to school, so I don ‘t have a choice.
I have no choice.”‘”
It’s hard to be poor.
I have no choice.”‘
We are poor in every way’The story of Haiti has a strong focus on poverty and its effects.
For many Haitians, the story is about their own economic and social struggles.
“We are in the poorest place in the South Pacific.
The Haiti people live in poverty.
That’s their reality,” said Alon.
“They can’t afford food.
They can’t buy clothes.
We are poor, but we are not poor.
We can live like this because we have all these problems.
We have to work hard and work to make ends meet.
That is what we do, and that is how we are doing well.”
Alon, Alon’s husband, and their two children are living in poverty because they do not have access to any of the basic necessities.
“We have no electricity, no water.
We don’t get enough to eat.
We’re in the worst situation we’ve ever been in.
We want to be able to send our kids to school.
We need a place to live and a roof over our heads,” Alon said.”
I feel so hopeless, but it’s not about me.
I feel so happy, too.
I can see the future of Haitia.
I know that we are going to be a prosperous country.
That has always been the dream of Haiter.
Now we can actually see it.
We see our future, and it’s really beautiful.”
As the Haiteras are struggling, many other families are struggling as well.
For years, the government of Colombia has been trying to move Haiterans from their island to the nearby Colombian town of Ayutla.
But it has not been easy for the Haits.
In recent years, Ayutlala has become the only place in Colombia that Haiteran families can return to after leaving Haiti.
It has also become a popular destination for tourists.
Alon and her husband have also been asked to leave Ayutlan because they can no longer afford to pay the fees required to enter the island.
But Alon is not leaving.
“I am here.
I’m not leaving,” she said.
“The way the world is changing, we need to be here.”