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Outline of Haiti

The location of Haiti
An enlargeable map of the Republic of Haiti

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Haiti:

The Haitisovereign country located on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago.[1] Ayiti ("Land of Mountains") was the indigenous Taíno name for Hispaniola. The Haitian Creole and French-speaking country of Haiti occupies the western extent of Hispaniola, while the Spanish-speaking Dominican Republic occupies the greater eastern extent of the island. Haiti was the second country of the Americas to win its freedom from European colonization in 1804. The country's highest point is Pic la Selle, at 2,680 metres (8,793 ft). The total area of Haiti is 27,750 square kilometres (10,714 sq mi) and its capital is Port-au-Prince.

General reference

An enlargeable. basic map of Haiti

Geography of Haiti

An enlargeable topographic map of Haiti

Environment of Haiti

An enlargeable false colour satellite image of Haiti

Natural geographic features of Haiti

Regions of Haiti

Main article: Regions of Haiti

Ecoregions of Haiti

Main article: Ecoregions in Haiti

Administrative divisions of Haiti

Main article: Administrative divisions of Haiti
Departments of Haiti
Arrondissements and communes of Haiti
Municipalities of Haiti

Demography of Haiti

Main article: Demographics of Haiti

Government and politics of Haiti

Main article: Government of Haiti and Politics of Haiti

Branches of the government of Haiti

Executive branch of the government of Haiti

Legislative branch of the government of Haiti

Judicial branch of the government of Haiti

Foreign relations of Haiti

International organization membership

The Republic of Haiti is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Haiti

Main article: Law of Haiti

Military of Haiti

Main article: Military of Haiti

Local government in Haiti

Departments of Haiti
  1. Artibonite
  2. Centre
  3. Grand'Anse
  4. Nippes
  5. Nord
  6. Nord-Est
  7. Nord-Ouest
  8. Ouest
  9. Sud
  10. Sud-Est

History of Haiti

Main article: Current events of Haiti

Culture of Haiti

Main article: Culture of Haiti

Art in Haiti

Sports in Haiti

Main article: Sports in Haiti

Economy and infrastructure of Haiti

Main article: Economy of Haiti

Education in Haiti

Main article: Education in Haiti

Health in Haiti

See also

References

  1. ^ a b

External links

  • The place to share Haiti News, chat, economic ideas, music, and haitian movies.
  • If It's About Haiti, It's On Fouye!
  • Haiti: Current events, news, politics, nonprofit
  • Embassy of Haiti to the United States, in Washington, DC
  • Library of Congress - A Country Study: Haiti
  • VOA kreyol
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica - Haiti's country page
  • International Action: Fighting the Water Crisis in Haiti
  • Hope for Haiti: Education and grassroots development in rural Haiti
  • Search engine for the.ht tld (in french)
  • Official website of The National Telecommunications Council, Conatel (in French)
  • National Archives of Haiti materials in the Digital Library of the Caribbean
  • Haiti List
  • Bob Corbett's Haiti Page
  • The Carter Center information on Haiti
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