"Micro-Documentaries delivered a piece that captures the true essence of Inveneo’s story and our work in Haiti in just 60 seconds, not only a requirement for our presentation at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting, but also a necessity in engaging today’s busy audiences.
by Ben Henretig, Creative Director, founder, Micro-Documentaries
Any mention of Haiti conjures the earthquake: multi-story buildings flattened like cardboard, tent camps squeezed into busy city centers, the tears and heartbreak of mothers and fathers, sons and daughters who lost loved ones in the disaster.
But there’s another side to the disaster with which many of us are unfamiliar - the tremendous resiliency of the Haitian people, their eagerness for new opportunity and collaboration, and the catalytic impact technology and education are having in transforming the situation in Haiti.
A year has passed since the 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. During this time, many organizations have been on the ground working to bring aid to the Haitians. We’ve been lucky to work with some of those on the front lines of the effort. In the next few blog posts, read about how Inveneo
used micro-documentaries to showcase their learnings about what it is taking to rebuild Haiti and gain more support.