- Posted August 30, 2012 by
higüey, Dominican Republic
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Travel photo of the day
Daily life for sugar cane plantation workers and family
The sugar cane plantations of the Dominican Republic mostly employ Haitians. The living conditions of the workers is very poor. Many Haitians left Haiti for a better life after the 2010 earthquake.
Cholera and other life-threatening diseases every day, the most vulnerable are children, oblivious to the difficulties they always have a smile.
In the batey Perello, august 2012, pictures of Jose Miguel Fernandez de Velasco.