Rebuilding Haiti must start from the ground up, with agricultural education
Speaking and understanding a little Creole is important when working with Haitians. (Pale e konprann yon ti Kreyol important lè travay ak ayisien yo.)
There are a lot of good resources out there.
Ann Pale Kreyol
One of the best resources for learning Creole is Ann Pale Kreyol (Let's Speak Creole) by Albert Valdman from Indiana University. It is a paper book and audio. It can be ordered from:
There is also a pdf version that can be downloaded for free from:
Haitian Creole Language and Culture for Beginner and Intermediate Learners
This work is intended as a brief, practical guide for English Speakers in Haiti on a short-term basis.
This and other great resources including medical dictionaries are available for free download at:
In addition to the ones above:
Haitian Creole for Health Care/Kreyòl Ayisyen pou Swen Sante
Educavison also publishes a paper English Creole Medical Dictionary and other health publications.
There are a lot of Creole Dictionaries out there. The one I bought is:
Free dictionary download at:
Great mostly Creole to English dictionary for the more advanced
Other Specialized dictionaries
other math/science dictionaries and glossaries in Creole:
Please add more resources!