The Ahadepa project is a photography documentary commissioned by United Haitians in the UK (UHUK) in 2016.

The project aimed to shed light on the living and teaching conditions of a resilient community in Carrefour, Haiti, and provide a glimpse into the everyday challenges faced by its members.
The main objective was to help raising funds towards rebuilding a school that has been destroyed in 2010 by a powerful earthquake.
The Ahadepa project serves as a tribute to the Haitian people, their culture, and their perseverance in the face of adversity.

Exhibited at:
– Kafe 1788 Gallery (London, 20th-25th June 2016)
– Lumen Cafe (London, Aug 23rd – Sept 30th 2016)