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Haiti is the world's leading producer of vetiver , a root plant used to make luxury perfumes, essential oils and fragrances, providing for half the world's supply.
Haiti exports crops such as mangoes , cacao , coffee , papayas , mahogany nuts, spinach , and watercress. The Haitian gourde HTG is the national currency.
The " Haitian dollar " equates to 5 gourdes goud , which is a fixed exchange rate that exists in concept only, but are commonly used as informal prices.
The tourism market in Haiti is undeveloped and the government is heavily promoting this sector. Haiti has many of the features that attract tourists to other Caribbean destinations, such as white sand beaches, mountainous scenery and a year-round warm climate. However, the country's poor image overseas, at times exaggerated, has hampered the development of this sector.
On 21 October , Haitian President Michel Martelly , US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton , Bill Clinton, Richard Branson , Ben Stiller and Sean Penn inaugurated the hectare acre Caracol industrial park, the largest in the Caribbean.
South Korean clothing manufacturer Sae-A Trading Co. Ltd , one of the park's main tenants, has created 5, permanent jobs out of the 20, projected and has built 8, houses in the surrounding area for its workers. The industrial park ultimately has the potential to create as many as 65, jobs once fully developed.
Haiti has two main highways that run from one end of the country to the other. The northern highway, Route Nationale No.
The southern highway, Route Nationale No. The state of Haiti's roads are generally poor, many being potholed and becoming impassable in rough weather. According to the Washington Post, "Officials from the U.
Army Corps of Engineers said Saturday [23 January ] that they assessed the damage from the [12 January] quake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and found that many of the roads aren't any worse than they were before because they've always been in poor condition. The port's facilities include cranes , large berths , and warehouses , but these facilities are not in good condition. The port is underused, possibly due to the substantially high port fees. The port of Saint-Marc is currently the preferred port of entry for consumer goods coming into Haiti.
Reasons for this may include its location away from volatile and congested Port-au-Prince, as well as its central location relative to numerous Haitian cities. In the past, Haiti used rail transport, however the rail infrastructure was poorly maintained when in use and cost of rehabilitation is beyond the means of the Haitian economy.
In the Regional Development Council of the Dominican Republic proposed a "trans-Hispaniola" railway between both countries. Toussaint Louverture International Airport , located ten kilometres six miles north-northeast of Port-au-Prince proper in the commune of Tabarre , is the primary transportation hub regarding entry and exit into the country.
Such companies include: Caribintair defunct , Sunrise Airways and Tortug' Air defunct. Tap tap buses are colorfully painted buses or pick-up trucks that serve as share taxis. The "tap tap" name comes from the sound of passengers tapping on the metal bus body to indicate they want off. They follow fixed routes, do not leave until filled with passengers, and riders can usually disembark at any point.
The decorations are a typically Haitian form of art. In August , the first coach bus prototype was made in Haiti. In Haiti, communications include the radio, television, fixed and mobile telephones, and the Internet. Haiti ranked last among North American countries in the World Economic Forum's Network Readiness Index NRI — an indicator for determining the development level of a country's information and communication technologies.
Haiti ranked number out of overall in the NRI ranking, down from in Haiti faces key challenges in the water supply and sanitation sector: Notably, access to public services is very low, their quality is inadequate and public institutions remain very weak despite foreign aid and the government's declared intent to strengthen the sector's institutions. Foreign and Haitian NGOs play an important role in the sector, especially in rural and urban slum areas.
In , Haiti's population was estimated to be about 10,,,  with half of the population younger than age This was because the average African slave in colonial Haiti had a short life span and France continuously imported thousands of Africans yearly to keep the slave population up, by there were nearly , slaves, outnumbering whites about 20 to 1.
Millions of Haitian descent live abroad in the United States , Dominican Republic , Cuba , Canada primarily Montreal , Bahamas , France , French Antilles , the Turks and Caicos , Jamaica , Puerto Rico , Venezuela , Brazil , Suriname and French Guiana. There are an estimated , Haitians in the United States,  , in the Dominican Republic,  , in Cuba,  , in Canada,  80, in France,  and up to 80, in the Bahamas.
In , the life expectancy at birth was The gene pool of Haiti is about A genetic study on Haitian and Jamaican Y-chromosomal ancestry has revealed that both populations "exhibit a predominantly Sub-Saharan paternal component , with haplogroups A1b-V , A3-M32 , B2-M , E1a-M33 , E1b1a-M2 , E2b-M98 , and R1b2-V88 " comprising Under colonial rule, Haitian mulattoes were generally privileged above the black majority, though they possessed fewer rights than the white population. Following the country's independence, they became the nation's social elite.
Numerous leaders throughout Haiti's history have been mulattoes. During this time, the slaves and the affranchis were given limited opportunities toward education, income, and occupations, but even after gaining independence, the social structure remains a legacy today as the disparity between the upper and lower classes have not been reformed significantly since the colonial days.
Religion in Haiti according to the Pew Research Center . The CIA Factbook reported that around Other sources put the Protestant population higher than this, suggesting that it might have formed one-third of the population in Haitian Cardinal Chibly Langlois is president of the National Bishops Conference of the Catholic Church.
Vodou , a religion with West African roots similar to those of Cuba and Brazil , is practiced by some Haitians today. It originated during colonial times in which slaves were obliged to disguise their loa lwa , or spirits, as Catholic saints, an element of a process called syncretism.
Due to the religious syncretism between Catholicism and Vodou, it is difficult to estimate the number of Vodouists in Haiti.
Many Catholics and Protestants in Haiti denounce Vodou as devil worship , but do not deny the power of such spirits. Protestants view Catholic veneration of saints as idol worship , and some Protestants would often destroy statues and other Catholic paraphernalia. The two official languages of Haiti are French and Haitian Creole.
It is also used in ceremonial events such as weddings, graduations and church Masses. Haitian Creole is spoken by nearly all of the Haitian population. French, the base language for Haitian Creole, is popular among the Haitian elite and upper classes.
French is also popular in the business sector, and to a far lesser degree, English due to American influence. Spanish is growing in popularity among Haitians who live along the Haitian-Dominican border. Haitian Creole,  which has recently undergone a standardization, is spoken by virtually the entire population of Haiti. It also has influences from Taino, Spanish, and Portuguese. There is a large Haitian diaspora community, predominantly based in the US and Canada, France, and the wealthier Caribbean islands.
Emigrants from Haiti have constituted a segment of American and Canadian society since before the independence of Haiti from France in Du Bois , were of Haitian origin. Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, an immigrant from Saint-Domingue now the Republic of Haiti , founded the first nonindigenous settlement in what is now Chicago, Illinois , the third largest city in the United States.
The state of Illinois and city of Chicago declared du Sable the founder of Chicago on 26 October Galleries and museums in the United States and France have exhibited the works of the better-known artists to have come out of Haiti.
Haitian art is distinctive , particularly through its paintings and sculptures. Frequent subjects in Haitian art include big, delectable foods, lush landscapes, market activities, jungle animals, rituals, dances, and gods. As a result of a deep history and strong African ties, symbols take on great meaning within Haitian society.
For example, a rooster often represents Aristide and the red and blue colors of the Haitian flag often represent his Lavalas party. Haitian music combines a wide range of influences drawn from the many people who have settled here.
It reflects French, African and Spanish elements and others who have inhabited the island of Hispaniola , and minor native Taino influences. Youth attend parties at nightclubs called discos , pronounced "deece-ko" , and attend Bal. This term is the French word for ball, as in a formal dance. Haiti had no recorded music until when Jazz Guignard was recorded non-commercially.
Haiti has always been a literary nation that has produced poetry, novels, and plays of international recognition. The French colonial experience established the French language as the venue of culture and prestige, and since then it has dominated the literary circles and the literary production. However, since the 18th century there has been a sustained effort to write in Haitian Creole.
The recognition of Creole as an official language has led to an expansion of novels, poems, and plays in Creole. Haiti has a small though growing cinema industry. Well-known directors working primarily in documentary film-making include Raoul Peck and Arnold Antonin.
Haiti is famous for its creole cuisine which related to Cajun cuisine , and its soup joumou. It was built between and and is today referred to by some Haitians as the eighth wonder of the world. Haiti is known for its folklore traditions.
Belief in zombies is also common. Carnival week is traditionally a time of all-night parties. Rara is a festival celebrated before Easter. The festival has generated a style of Carnival music. Basketball and baseball are growing in popularity. In , the Haiti national football team were only the second Caribbean team to make the World Cup after Cuba 's entry in The national team won the Caribbean Nations Cup. Haiti has participated in the Olympic Games since the year and won a number of medals.
Haitian footballer Joe Gaetjens played for the United States national team in the FIFA World Cup , scoring the winning goal in the 1—0 upset of England.
The educational system of Haiti is based on the French system. Higher education, under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education,  is provided by universities and other public and private institutions. According to CIA World Factbook , Haiti's literacy rate is now The January earthquake, was a major setback for education reform in Haiti as it diverted limited resources to survival.
Many reformers have advocated the creation of a free, public and universal education system for all primary school-age students in Haiti. Upon successful graduation of secondary school, students may continue into higher education.
The higher education schools in Haiti include the University of Haiti. There are also medical schools and law schools offered at both the University of Haiti and abroad. Unsafe water, along with inadequate housing and unsanitary living conditions, contributes to the high incidence of infectious diseases.
Wikimedia Atlas of Haiti. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Country in the Caribbean. This article is about the country. For the island, see Hispaniola. For other uses, see Haiti disambiguation. For other uses, see Hayti disambiguation. French Haitian Creole. Main article: History of Haiti. Main article: Chiefdoms of Hispaniola. Main articles: Columbian Viceroyalty , New Spain , and Captaincy General of Santo Domingo. Main articles: Saint-Domingue and French West Indies. Main article: Haitian Revolution.
Main articles: First Empire of Haiti and Haiti massacre. Main articles: State of Haiti and Kingdom of Haiti. Main articles: Republic of Haiti — and Unification of Hispaniola. Main article: Dominican War of Independence. Main article: Second Empire of Haiti. Main article: United States occupation of Haiti. Main article: Duvalier dynasty. Main article: Geography of Haiti. Main articles: Environment of Haiti and Deforestation in Haiti. Main article: Wildlife of Haiti. Main article: Politics of Haiti.
Main article: Administrative divisions of Haiti. Main article: Foreign relations of Haiti. Main article: Defence Force of Haiti. Main articles: Haitian National Police and Crime in Haiti. Main article: Economy of Haiti. Further information: Foreign aid to Haiti. Main article: Electricity sector in Haiti. Further information: Agriculture in Haiti. Main article: Haitian gourde. Main article: Tourism in Haiti. Main article: Transport in Haiti. Main article: List of airports in Haiti.
Main articles: Telecommunications in Haiti and Television in Haiti. Main article: Water supply and sanitation in Haiti. Main article: Demographics of Haiti. This section needs expansion with: information about Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroups , which assesses the DNA inherited by matriline. You can help by adding to it. June Main article: Gens de couleur. Main article: Religion in Haiti. Religion in Haiti according to the Pew Research Center  Catholicism Protestantism Unaffiliated Main article: Haitian diaspora.
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