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(Repiblik Dayti; République d’Haïti). State of Central America (27,065 km²). Capital: Port-au-Prince. Administrative division: departments (11). Population: 11,411,527 (2018 estimate). Language: Creole and French (official). Religion: Catholics 55%, Protestants 29%, non-religious / atheists 10%, others 6%. Monetary unit: gourde (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.498 (168th place). Borders: Atlantic Ocean (N), Dominican Republic (E), Sea of ​​the Antilles (S and W). Member of: Caricom, OAS, UN and WTO. According to COUNTRYAAH, Haiti is a nation in North America, the capital city of which is Port-au-Prince. The latest population of Haiti is 11,402,539. TRANSPORTHINT: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Haiti, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
The national territory occupying the western part of the island of Hispaniola covers a third of the island’s area and is divided by several mountain ranges running from northwest to southeast and west to east, which belong to the Fold Mountains of the American Cordilleras and consist of volcanic rocks and Cretaceous sediments. The Massif du Nord (up to 1,090 m above sea level), which continues in the northwestern peninsula, is preceded by a coastal plain (Plaine du Nord) in the north and a high basin (Plateau Central) in the south. To the south, beyond the Montagnes Noires (up to 1,572 m above sea level) follows that of the Artibonite level flowing through. South of the Chaîne des Matheux and Montagnes du Trou d’Eau mountain ranges is the Cul-de-Sac plain with the Étang Saumâtre (salt lake). The Massif de la Selle (up to 2,680 m above sea level) joins the Caribbean Sea and the Massif de la Hotte (up to 2,347 m above sea level) on the southwestern peninsula.

Haiti lies on two tectonic plates that move in opposite directions. The Septentrional Fissure, which forms part of the border between the Caribbean and North American tectonic plates, runs along the north coast, while the Enriquillo Plantain Fault stretches under the Tiburon Peninsula to the south. In addition, there are diagonal connections between the two fault lines under Haiti’s ground. As a result, there were two severe earthquakes in Haiti as early as 1751 and 1770; On January 12, 2010, there was an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale, the epicenter of which was about 16 km southwest of Port-au-Prince. The quake killed up to 300,000 people and the entire infrastructure of the country collapsed.

10 Countries With No Army

Almost all countries in the world have armed forces. The main tasks of the armed forces are to defend the country and provide assistance in emergency situations. The armies are also often deployed in foreign missions for various reasons. Check ethnicityology for list of poorest countries in the world. The Netherlands has an armed force that was established… Read More »

Haiti Road Network

In Haiti you drive on the right. Haiti’s road network is established in the Plan du Réseau National et Départemental d’Haiti. The road network is divided into three zones, there are two road classes, the routes nationales and the routes départementes. According to wholevehicles, the road network is in very poor condition and is one… Read More »

Haiti Culture of Business

Cultural and business meetings Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public holidays Introduction Haitians are open to working with foreign businessmen and investors. However, they prefer American partners. Most Haitian businessmen speak not only French but also English. Meetings with Haitian counterparts should be arranged ahead of time. Being invited to restaurants for meetings… Read More »

Haiti Basic Information

Basic data Capital Port-au-Prince Population 1 million Language Haitian Creole, French Religion Roman Catholics, Protestants, Atheists, Voodoo State system Semi-presidential system Head of State position vacant Head of government Ariel Henry Currency name Haitian gourd (HTG) Travel Time shift -6 o’clock winter / -5 o’clock summer time Economy Nominal GDP (billion USD) 23.3 Economic growth… Read More »

Haiti 1993

The hopes placed by the Haitian population in the return to power of J.-B. Aristides were soon disappointed. Restored in October 1994 by US troops and in fact conditioned in his political action by the support of Washington, the president had in fact to renounce many of his reformist ideas, being able to boast as… Read More »

Haiti Travel Facts

Haiti is located on the island of Hispaniola, along with neighboring Dominican Republic. The state, which is one of the poorest countries in the world, is not easy to travel to, but offers beautiful beaches and other exciting nature experiences. However, as a traveler you have to take good care of your safety – especially… Read More »

TOEFL Test Centers in Haiti

The TOEFL iBT test is offered in this location. The list below shows testing regions, fees and dates as of February 15, 2019, but availability may change when you register. Fees are shown in US$ and are subject to change without notice. To find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses), dates and times, click the button… Read More »