Massachusetts born Haitian-American attorney Regine Theodat came to Haiti in 2010 to help earthquake victims. She intended to stay for a few months. Five year later, she's become an entrepreneur, starting a fish farm in central Haiti and a cocktail restaurant in Croix-des-Bouquets.
At Haiti's Village la Difference, residents enjoy amenities — and access to factory jobs — that few people in post-earthquake Haiti are able to get. But a group of women in the village are pushing for more better jobs, more self-sufficiency and a larger role for women in society.