Life as an Indian in Haiti

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Traffic in Port-au-Prince. For Mr Ranganath, the traffic in the Haitian capital reminds him of India. MINUSTAH File Photo

As an Indian living in Haiti, Prasad Ranganath feels it is very important that he preserve some of the traditions from back home.

When he arrived three and half years ago to work for the UN's local radio station as a broadcast technician, he says he had no idea what to expect about his new life in the Caribbean.

But he did know he would try and keep ties with the several hundred other Indians in the country to make the transition far from his family a little easier.

Stephanie Coutrix met with Mr Ranganath at his work place in the capital Port-au-Prince, and began by asking him about what his first impressions were of Haiti.

Duration: 3'06"

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