Q: Kenbe Fem - is that somebody’s name, or…?
Kenbe Fem is a common phrase in Haitian culture that basically means “to hold firm.” It represents the resilience of the Haitian community and highlights the Haitian spirit after the 2010 earthquake that devastated over 250,000 people and homes.
Q: I can’t make it to the Miami Film Festival. Is Kenbe Fem available to view anywhere else?
Kenbe Fem is not currently available to be screened online yet. We are currently working out our distribution plan. If you are interested in being kept in the loop or would love to organize hosting a screening please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: When will Kenbe Fem be available for streaming or download so I can watch it at home and share it with my friends?
We are not pursuing digital streaming at this time, however if you are interested in hosting a private screening, please visit our screenings page.
Q: I’m so inspired and I want to help! What can I do?
That’s awesome! Thank you! Visit this page [link to info form] to get in touch with us and let us know how you would like to be involved.
One small but impactful way to help us out is to spread the word about the work we are doing. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and invite your friends to do the same. Let’s grow this community the grassroots way.
We also have an online store that benefits the Kay Tita organization. You can find some excellent gifts - for yourself or for loved ones - right here [https://kay-tita.myshopify.com/] .
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Impact Hub Port-Au-Prince takes an authentic approach to developing community, inspiring members through sustainable practices. Emphasizing progressive inclusivity and transparency, Impact Hub aims to preserve and expand Port-Au-Prince’s creative and thriving entrepreneurial culture. We hope to reach maximum effectiveness with the intentional practice of accountability. Guided by love, respect, honor, and trust, we always seek to refine, elevate, and restore the health of our community.
will direct a training and operations program within Impact Hub called GeoHaiti. GeoHaiti trains adults on geospatial information systems (GIS) that serve to improve community disaster resilience. Training topics include community communications, water and sanitation management, environmental preservation, public health measures, community disease surveillance, sustainable infrastructure, and hazard analysis.
Kay Tita will be the greenest commercial building in Haiti since it will be constructed according to The Living Building Challenge (LBC) standards, considered the most rigorous environmental performance standard. People from around the world use this regenerative design framework to create spaces that produce more energy than they utilize.
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