Jeremie is very clean and quite.
A little girl on her way to school.
Jeremie is well known for its bakeries.
Burning wood to produce charcoal. Jeremie is one of the last places left with a lot of trees and vegetation. But Haitians continue to cut it as they have no other way to make a living to survive.
People putting the finished charcoal into a ferry. There is no real road leading to Jeremie. The city is isolated from the rest of the country. People get transported through a ferry that goes to Port-au-Prince once a week.
The ferry is extremely overcrowded and has only 2 lifeboats.