Education  Chile Project #44682

T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees

by Fundacion Interpretalab
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T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees
T-Zen app to assist Haitian migrants and refugees

Project Report | Jun 2, 2020
Report-Covid 19

By MARCKENSON JN-BAPTISTE | PROJECT LEADER

We know that the Covid-19 pandemic is making several victims in Chili. As of today, this country has 94,849 cases and 997 deaths (Ministry of Health, 2020) and the main commercial cities, where many migrants reside, particularly Haitian migrants are required quarantine. As a consequence, the unemployment rate in Chile during the February-April 2020 quarter was 9.0 (INE, 2020). The most affected are the migrants, either because they cannot access the social aid offered by the government, either because of a lack of documents or because they do not know a source of information. In this sense, with the T-zen project, we started new activities to support migrants in this time of crisis, and it has welcomed more than 5 volunteers who work from home in various activities to respond to the needs of Haitian migrants in Chile. There are also being received by message WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube, more than 10 people daily requesting aid. Within the activities:

 

1- Live Espesyal Covid-19 Chili-Haiti

 

Live Espesyal Covid-19 Chili-Haití, It is a program that is transmitted through T-zen (Facebook and YouTube), since March 2020, where the doctor Emmanuel Mompoint and / or other doctors from the Association of Haitian Doctors in Chile ( AMHC) does (in) analysis on the situation of the Covid-19 of Chile and Haiti and give advice to the followers on the preventive measures. In addition, there are 3 telephone numbers for Haitians who could request medical guidance Tuesday-Thursday-Friday 9:00 PM-10:00 PM in Kreyòl and Spanish. This activity has the collaboration of the Embassy of Haiti in Chile and is broadcast on other social networks and radio such as: Sur Magazine, Migrant Voice, Radio PPZ, Radio PAM. Etc.

 

Maximum viewers who watched live: 500

Maximum view: 12k views

 

12k view https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/272846337215344/

 

6k view: https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/1568079580022734/

 

3k view: https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/939072176538392/

 

 

2- "Sa k pass Chili / What happens Chile"

 

"Sa k pass Chili / Qué pasa Chile" With the arrival of Coronavirus, it is a weekly summary of important news in Chile, which marked the week, focused on information of relevance to migrants living in Chile presented by the journalist Tatiana Gloria Arce at T-ZEN, in French. Saturday-Sunday 9: 00-10: 00 PM. This program was born in May 2020 and is broadcast through T-zen and is co-broadcast by Revista Sur, Voz Migrante. The broadcast channels are Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Podcast T-zen in the T-zen App, it has been obtained from 1k to 3k view

 

https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/266019631460069/

https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/183415989496926/

https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/173447754085446/

 

https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/3505078432839903/

 

https://youtu.be/LP9cbPTQKys

 

https://youtu.be/XIN6Knoh6Ds

 

https://youtu.be/6gvu9VEKpHo

 

https://youtu.be/dIZBgL7m5UE

 

 

Migr-Enfo: It is a program that is transmitted through T-zen (Facebook and YouTube), since May 2020, where the Intercultural Facilitator Henryo Joseph gives information and legal advice on migration processes (Visa, Residence, Visa Extension, etc.) There is also a telephone number for Haitians who could ask for guidance. It airs every Thursday from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

 

https://www.facebook.com/tzencht/videos/272459183904317/

 

https://youtu.be/vVdf6n3KK20

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Fundacion Interpretalab

Location: Santiago - Chile
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Marckenson Jeanbaptiste
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Marckenson Jeanbaptiste
Santiago , Chile

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