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Haiti - Culture : Mapping of the Haitian music industry
30/05/2017 09:45:04

Haiti - Culture : Mapping of the Haitian music industry
The Haitian Association of Music Professionals, which had received a grant from UNESCO http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-18197-haiti-music-towards-a-mapping-of-the-haitian-music-industry.html , to carry out a mapping of the Haitian music industry, closed this important project with a round table, which welcomed some fifty music professionals and several parliamentarians of the Culture Committee.

It should be recalled that in order to collect quantitative data, the one-year project included the implementation of field surveys in 6 departments of the country (Artibonite, Center, North, West, South and Southeast, as well as the Diaspora through an online questionnaire). In total, 1,520 professionals from 35 different occupations were interviewed. In addition, seven "focus groups" were carried out to obtain more qualitative data on the sector. At the same time, a series of interviews with a dozen resource persons gathered specific information. Today, the sector has a database and specific information that can be used as a basis for long-term work.

The roundtable aimed to question more specifically, professionals in the sector (some 20 from the province) to obtain their recommendations on various points to be included in the final report. The recommendations are aimed at both the sector and the State, in the short, medium and long term. The final report, approximately 120 pages long, will be printed and distributed by the end of June. An electronic version will also be made available.

In addition to the UNESCO grant, the mapping project of the Haitian music industry received financial support from partners such as the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF), the Swiss Embassy in Haiti, FOKAL and the Lucienne Deschamps Foundation. It has also benefited from operational support, among others : of the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Tourism, the Center for Facilitation of Investments (CFI) and the Institut Français and its network in Haiti.

See also :
http://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-18654-icihaiti-reminder-haitian-industry-survey-music-6-days-to-respond.html

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