Valery Numa, Volunteer Ambassador for the Promotion of South of Haiti

Veteran journalist Valery Numa is known for his contributions to Haitian media and his active participation in several philanthropic projects within the country. Born on 1974 in Camp-Perrin, a Sud department of Haiti in the town Les Cayes, Numa had a growing passion for journalism and acquired his degree in Social Communication from the State University of Haiti. He has then worked for several radio stations and newspapers such as Radio Canada, France's L'Humanité, and Reporters Without Borders, and owns his own production company called Index Production.

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Valery Numa has also directed and released two films entitled "La Presse face his destiny" and "Mission". The film "Mission" won an award in 2006 during the 2nd International Film Festival Haitien Montreal. Outside journalism, Valery is an active representative of humanitarian NGO's PSI-Haiti and Vocation Group that campaign for blood donations and assist poverty-stricken Haitians. He was recently involved in a tragic car accident in late 2011 but was able to recover from his injuries shortly after.

Because of his contributions to the tourism of Camp-Perrin through his company called The Retreat Guest House, the renowned economist and entrepreneur Valery Numa was recently made an Ambassador Volunteer for the campaign "Destination South" of Haiti's Regional Office of Tourism South. He is joined by co-journalists and co-radio broadcasters' Kesner Pharel and Ed Lozama and four other important Haitian public icons to promote the beautiful tourist destinations in the southern area of Haiti to both the national and international market in order to boost Haiti's economy.

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