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  • History of location is unknown.
  • Haiti is a non-selectable nation in Europa Universalis IV at the beginning in 1444. The nation is a former colonial nation, which can only be formed if said nation breaks away from the mother country. Its government is a Despotic Monarchy.
  • Roman Catholicism is the official state religion of Haiti, it is followed by 80% of the population. Protestantism is followed by 16% of the population. Haitian Vodou, which combines elements of Christianity with traditional African religious beliefs is widely practiced. The exact number of practitioners is unknown. About 0.1% of the people of Haiti are Buddhists. There also small numbers of Muslims and Baha'is.
  • Haiti, Republika Haiti (fr. Haïti, République d'Haïti; haitański Ayiti, Repiblik d Ayiti) – państwo w Ameryce Środkowej, zajmujące część wyspy Haiti na Morzu Karaibskim w archipelagu Wielkich Antyli. Graniczy z Republiką Dominikany.
  • Haiti is a country in the caribbean; half of the island of Hispaniola.
  • Для уменьшения большого объема двойного дублирования темы - ссылка на англорусскую Википедию: * english: Haiti * русский: Республика Гаити
  • Haiti is an island republic located in the Carribean Sea.
  • The country of Haiti is considered the loser side of the island of Hispaniola, the place that makes the Dominican Republic look good. Haiti is great at one thing and one only: sucking. It consistently ranks near the bottom of all loser countries. The above comment was entered by someone ignorant of Haiti's importance in world history, Haiti's rich history or a hardened racist.
  • Haiti is a Caribbean country.
  • Haiti is a country of North America.
  • <default>Haiti</default> Lokalizacja Rok powstania Właściciel Mieszkańcy Rola Przynależność Haiti (ang. Haiti) — kraj znajdujący się na wschodniej części wyspy Haiti, leżącej na Morzu Karaibskim w Ameryce Północnej. Haiti posiada własną narodową drużynę Quidditcha, która brała udział w Mistrzostwach Świata w Quidditchu w 2014 roku. Maskotką drużyny są Inferiusy.
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  • Haiti is a country in North America and a member of the United Nations.
  • Haiti is located on part of the island of Hispaniola, bordering the Dominican Republic to the east. French and Haitian Creole are spoken in Haiti. There was an earthquake in 2010 in Haiti and conservatives like Rush Limbaugh were bashing President Obama for sending aid.
  • Haiti is a state in the Caribbean. In "The Bodyguard", Talitha and Vlad discuss a time when they fought zombies in Haiti. Vlad apparently screamed and fainted, while Talitha held them off.
  • Haiti ist ein auf der Insel Hispaniola in den Großen Antillen gelegener Inselstaat. Er umfasst den westlichen Teil der Karibikinsel und grenzt an die Turks- und Caicosinseln, die Dominikanische Republik, Jamaika, Kuba und die Bahamas. Sie ist eine präsidiale Republik mit Port-au-Prince als Hauptstadt. Haiti ist in 10 Départements gegliedert.
  • Haiti - niewielkie państewko zajmujące część wyspy Haiti na Morzu Karaibskim, graniczy z Dominikaną. Sławne z kilku trzęsień ziemi i bliskich kontaktów z Polską zanim ta stała się imperium.
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, is the country occupying the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Ayiti or land of high mountains was the indigenous Taíno name for the island.
  • Haiti was a country located in the Caribbean. The Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice Summerfield accidentally went there in 1915 when trying to visit Ernest Hemingway in nearby Key West, Florida. Once there, they met Francois Lacombe, a native of the Alsace region of France. While there, they prevented Mait Lemaitre from summoning Cthulhu. (PROSE: White Darkness, PROSE: All-Consuming Fire) During or before his eighth incarnation, the Doctor witnessed a hoodoo ceremony in Haiti. (AUDIO: The Next Life)
  • Open Journal Systems. 2012. Open Journal Systems. Public Knowledge Project. (WUaS's wiki, information technologies and criteria for this - informed by the WUaS academic journal subject matter - are developing, since you can already publish your article at Academia.edu or Research Gate - - or Spire - - for example); See Library Resources below at WUaS for further resources.
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti (French: Républiqe d'Haïti, Haitian Creole: Repiblik Ayiti), is a country in southern North America located on the western side of the island of Hispaniola. It borders the Dominican Republic in the east. Its capital is Port-au-Prince.
  • Estesa sulla parte più sfigata dell'isola di Spagnoletta, Haiti ha la forma di un granchio sdentato che strozza per colpa di un sasso in gola; questa forma caratteristica è valsa il premio Culizer 2005, ritirato presso Roma dall'uragano Jeanne, diventato Presidente della Repubblica (credevate fosse una dittatura?) dopo una rivolta popolare dovuta alla mancanza dei bidet negli uffici pubblici.
  • The flag of Haiti consists of two equal horizontal bands of blue (top) and red with a centred white rectangle bearing the coat of arms, which contains a palm tree flanked by flags and two cannons above a scroll bearing the motto L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE ("Union Makes Strength"). The Flag Day is celebrated in Haiti on May 18th. It commemorates the events of 1803 when the national leaders Dessalines and Petion in the city of Arcahaie agreed on an official flag.
  • There are no ice rinks and no ice hockey is played. Claude Vilgrain who was drafted in the 6th round, 107th overall in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft was born in Haiti, Maxime Boisclair is also Haitian born.
  • This is a collection of local flavor and sources of information about Haiti, with a focus on individual voices. Please add other sources below. See the Bridge Index style guide for advice on how to list new sources on this page. +/-
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, is a Creole- and French-speaking Caribbean country. Along with the Dominican Republic, it occupies the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago. The capital is Port-au-Prince.
  • The artist and naturalist John James Audubon was born on the island of Santo Tomás, south and east of Atlantis, but was brought to France three years later. This meant he avoided the slave uprising that convulsed the island and left most whites dead or exiled. Towards the end of the Atlantean Servile Insurrection, Jeremiah Stafford wondered whether the Free Republic of Atlantis would devolve into an anarchic society similar to Haiti if it managed to gain independence, as both states were formed from slave rebellions.
  • After sending the natives to heaven, the French realized they had a problem. Who would do all the work required to harvest the cocaine to send back to France?The French were very modest and didn't consider themselves worthy of this honour. It was then decided that new friends needed to be made. France made a trip to West Africa and offered the people there free boat rides to Haiti and a job once they got there. France's new African friends were so happy with their new home and jobs that they offered to work for free! Yay!
  • Haiti c'est le voisin dela République dominicaine. Haiti fait aussi parti de americe du nord. Haiti parle le francais et créoele haiti. Haiti devienne en 1804 la première république noire de l'independece de hatienne.
  • Haiti – najbiedniejsze państwo półkuli zachodniej, równocześnie pierwsze murzyńskie, które wybiło się na niepodległość. Mimo ambitnej taktyki podbicia wyspy, nie udało się za przyczyną głosu samego Napoleona. Mimo, że brzmiał motywująco i donośnie w każdym zakątku koszar, żołnierze z grzeczności i czystego savoir-vivre'u ustępowali mu miejsca.
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti (République d'Haïti ; Repiblik Ayiti) is a Caribbean country. Along with the Dominican Republic, it occupies the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago. Ayiti (land of high mountains) was the indigenous Taíno or Amerindian name for the mountainous western side of the island. 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. Haitian Creole and French are the official languages.
  • File:Des6post.jpg File:Des15post.jpg File:Des22post.jpg File:Des23post.jpg File:Des24post.jpg File:Des25post.jpg File:Des26post.jpg File:Des28post.jpg File:Des29post.jpg * September 2015: Civil and mechanical engineering students from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN, USA use solar ovens to melt plastic bags into bricks for construction in Haiti. Read more... * April 2015: El Fuego del Sol wins the 2015 Energy Globe Award for Haiti. Read more... * November 2014: On their Facebook page, Haiti Solar Oven Partners reported that they built 50 solar cookers during a workshop that was attended by 85 students. * October 2014: Sun and Ice recently sent more than 100 Premium14 and SK14 parabolic solar cookers to Haiti. They also sent fuel-efficient cookstoves
  • Became independent from France in a revolution in 1804, the first state to undergo a slave revolution and the only one in the Western Hemisphere. Since then the country has undergone a succession of coups, repeated occupation by the USA, the rule of the father-and-son despots known as "Papa Doc" and "Baby Doc" Duvalier (the latter rising to power at 19), followed by what can only be called anarchy. Things were finally settling down politically, just in time for a horrific earthquake to hit in January of 2010.
  • Haiti, in Haitian Creole: Ayiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, is a country on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Haiti also includes many smaller islands of Navasse is claimed by both Haiti and the United States. 'Ayiti' (Haiti) was the indigenous Taíno name for the island. Its highest point is Chaine de la Selle, at 2,680 meters. The total area of Haiti is 27,750 km² (10,714 sq mi) and its capital is Port-au-Prince.
  • The native Taino Amerindians - who inhabited the island of Hispaniola when it was discovered by COLUMBUS in 1492 - were virtually annihilated by Spanish settlers within 25 years. In the early 17th century, the French established a presence on Hispaniola. In 1697, Spain ceded to the French the western third of the island, which later became Haiti. The French colony, based on forestry and sugar-related industries, became one of the wealthiest in the Caribbean but only through the heavy importation of African slaves and considerable environmental degradation. In the late 18th century, Haiti's nearly half million slaves revolted under Toussaint L'OUVERTURE. After a prolonged struggle, Haiti became the first black republic to declare independence in 1804. The poorest country in the Western Hemi
  • Haiti is a small country, located on the west half of the island of Hispaniola, in the Caribbean Sea. It borders the Dominican Republic, and is across the Windward Passage from Cuba. Haiti is one of the least developed countries in the Americas. The primary languages of Haiti are French and Creole, and voodoo is one of the dominant religious systems practiced in the country.
  • Haiti is a country in the Caribbean islands of North America that served as the location of Vicious Voodoo of Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus. It is known for its jungles that served as Mz. Ruby's residence and where she established her main base of operations. According to her, the jungle provided the perfect mojo for her schemes. Mz. Ruby planned to dump thousands of bones into the sea, and with her magic, use them to create an army of ghosts to take over all of Mexico.
  • Once upon a time, there was a young man named Iqmal. He was a People posess many different types of power, but why do certain people use their power in a negative way? The history of Haiti is a story of groups who have struggled to maintain their power, despite being taken over by Europeans. In this country Haiti shares a 171 mile border with the Dominican Republic, its neighbor on the eastern end of the Island. 75% of Haiti is made up of mountains and cliffs. The longest rive in Haiti is the Artibonite river. Haiti had rich soils and plantations, they grew sugar canes and were famous for their tobbaco industry. Through out the history of Haiti, both the natives and the europeans used forms of powers such as organizatoin, force and rebellion. Three examples of this are that, the Taino peop
  • jE SOUHAITE QUE TOUS LES HAITIENS CONNAISSENT QUE HAITI EST LE PAYS LE PLUS FAVORI AU MONDE PARCE QUE NOUS AVONS UNE HISTOIRE EXCEPTIONNELLE .......HAITI HONORABLE MERE CHERIE ... AVEC TOI ON FAIT DE LA POESIE ... IMMENSE BRAVOURE DE NOS ANCETRES TREPASSE NOS SOUVENIRS .... ILLICITE A former French colony, it was the first country in the Americas after the United States to declare its independence. In spite of its longevity, it is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
  • I got to see NYC before the earthquake. MONTREAL – Why do we care so much about Haiti? Compassion, empathy, a rich land’s guilt when confronted with unspeakable horrors in a place that has nothing. Proximity, political expediency for a Parliament about to go on a dubious furlough, fear of failure in the long shadows of the 2004 (no jobs) Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. There’s a phrase in Créole for the outpouring of goodness, the near-spontaneous “We are the World” response, to the crisis in Haiti. “We have never been confronted with such a disaster in UN memory. It is like no other.”
  • Haiti i/ˈheɪti/ (French: Haïti [a.iti]; Haitian Creole Ayiti [ajiti]), officially the Republic of Haiti (République d'Haïti; Repiblik Ayiti), is a Caribbean country. It occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Ayiti (land of high mountains) was the indigenous Taíno or Amerindian name for the island. 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. Haitian Creole and French are the official languages.
  • Africans captured and brought in as slaves naturally brought their various religions with them. Due to the crossroads effects of mixing native and European cultures and imposed Christianity (at least in our history), the native African beliefs were blended, overlaid with a veneer of Catholic saints and became vodou. However, despite popular misconception, the practice of creating zombi is more that of the bokor, dark magic sorcerors, than the neutral or benevolent vodou houngans.
  • Als Haïti (franz. Le pays, connu plus tôt que l'Haïti) bezeichnet man einen insulanischen Wirtschaftsraum in der Karibik, welcher fast ausschließlich von Schwarzen bewohnt wird und seit seiner Entstehung betont regelmäßig von größeren Katastrophen heimgesucht wird (Afrika-Testgelände). Die größte Katastrophe des Landes ist dabei die permanente Nichtexistenz wirtschaftlich bedeutender Ressourcen wie Erdöl- oder Erdgasvorkommen sowie von Badestränden mit Alkoholausschank, so dass sich weder die USA noch Europa ernsthaft für das Land interessieren.
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  • File:Des6post.jpg File:Des15post.jpg File:Des22post.jpg File:Des23post.jpg File:Des24post.jpg File:Des25post.jpg File:Des26post.jpg File:Des28post.jpg File:Des29post.jpg * September 2015: Civil and mechanical engineering students from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN, USA use solar ovens to melt plastic bags into bricks for construction in Haiti. Read more... * April 2015: El Fuego del Sol wins the 2015 Energy Globe Award for Haiti. Read more... * November 2014: On their Facebook page, Haiti Solar Oven Partners reported that they built 50 solar cookers during a workshop that was attended by 85 students. * October 2014: Sun and Ice recently sent more than 100 Premium14 and SK14 parabolic solar cookers to Haiti. They also sent fuel-efficient cookstoves and heat-retention cooking baskets along with the solar cookers to teach the Integrated Cooking Method. Use the solar cooker when it is sunny, use the fuel-efficient stove when it is not, and use the heat-retention basket with both cooking approaches. * August 2014: A group of volunteers known as the Haiti Solar Oven Partners from First United Methodist Church of Jamestown, recently traveled to Moffit, N.D., to help fabricate solar ovens to be used in Haiti. Teams of volunteers travel to Haiti each year to live in communities that have invited them. For ten days, these volunteers work with Haitians to build ovens and educate people about solar cooking. Their goal is to deliver 2,300 solar ovens plus hands-on training to Haitian families every year. Read more... * December 2013: Chefs at the World Central Kitchen in Haiti show off their new parabolic solar cooker for use at their commercial kitchen. * September 2013: Haiti Solar Oven Partners will be traveling , USA with its Haitian leaders, Montas Joseph and Raymonde Joseph, to spread the word about solar-powered ovens utilized in the poverty-stricken nation of Haiti, and to bolster potential volunteers for the cause. Montas Joseph, Haitian director of HSOP, and Raymonde Joseph, HSOP training director, will visit 29 United Methodist churches in North Dakota and South Dakota throughout September. Read more about the project. * February 2013: Changes are coming to Tilori, Haiti as well. Twenty-five families are learning to cook Haitian meals like soup, beans, potatoes, yucca, plantains and rice with energy-efficient stoves and solar ovens — little or no wood or charcoal is needed. Solar Household Energy (SHE), a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that introduces solar and alternative cooking to communities, recently distributed the stoves that were purchased with Nature Conservancy funding. Louise Meyer, trainer from SHE, will continue to provide on-going technical assistance and encourage the women to support each other as they learn this new way of cooking. Read more at Solar Cookers: Making Life Easier for Women * January 2013: Scheffler Community Kitchen installed in Hinche, Haiti - Alec Gagneux of GloboSol helped facitate the construction of a Scheffler Reflector Solar Cooker at a workshop held in Hinche, Haiti from August 10th through October 15th, 2010. The first reflector was installed in front of the cafeteria of the education center. The students themselves installed the second reflector in an orphanage in the village of Dospalais. They were supervised minimally in order to make the workshop as self-reliant as possible. They also received information about possible income generation approaches to be able to raise their standard of living. See older news...
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti (République d'Haïti ; Repiblik Ayiti) is a Caribbean country. Along with the Dominican Republic, it occupies the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago. Ayiti (land of high mountains) was the indigenous Taíno or Amerindian name for the mountainous western side of the island. 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. Haitian Creole and French are the official languages. Haiti's regional, historical and ethnolinguistic position is unique for several reasons. It was the first independent nation in Latin America and the first black-led republic in the world when it gained independence as part of a successful slave rebellion in 1804. Despite having common cultural links with its Hispano-Caribbean neighbors, Haiti is the only predominantly Francophone independent nation in the Americas. It is one of only two independent nations in the Americas (along with Canada) that designate French as an official language; the other French-speaking areas are all overseas départements, or collectivités, of France. Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and has experienced political violence throughout its history.
  • Haiti is a non-selectable nation in Europa Universalis IV at the beginning in 1444. The nation is a former colonial nation, which can only be formed if said nation breaks away from the mother country. Its government is a Despotic Monarchy.
  • Roman Catholicism is the official state religion of Haiti, it is followed by 80% of the population. Protestantism is followed by 16% of the population. Haitian Vodou, which combines elements of Christianity with traditional African religious beliefs is widely practiced. The exact number of practitioners is unknown. About 0.1% of the people of Haiti are Buddhists. There also small numbers of Muslims and Baha'is.
  • Haiti, Republika Haiti (fr. Haïti, République d'Haïti; haitański Ayiti, Repiblik d Ayiti) – państwo w Ameryce Środkowej, zajmujące część wyspy Haiti na Morzu Karaibskim w archipelagu Wielkich Antyli. Graniczy z Republiką Dominikany.
  • Haiti is a country in the caribbean; half of the island of Hispaniola.
  • Для уменьшения большого объема двойного дублирования темы - ссылка на англорусскую Википедию: * english: Haiti * русский: Республика Гаити
  • Africans captured and brought in as slaves naturally brought their various religions with them. Due to the crossroads effects of mixing native and European cultures and imposed Christianity (at least in our history), the native African beliefs were blended, overlaid with a veneer of Catholic saints and became vodou. However, despite popular misconception, the practice of creating zombi is more that of the bokor, dark magic sorcerors, than the neutral or benevolent vodou houngans. In a Heterodyne context, Haiti was the location of the machinations of the Spark Emperor of the Trench, his mad perfumeries, and their hordes of scent zombies in the story "The Heterodyne Boys and the Turbines of Atlantis".
  • Haiti is an island republic located in the Carribean Sea.
  • Once upon a time, there was a young man named Iqmal. He was a People posess many different types of power, but why do certain people use their power in a negative way? The history of Haiti is a story of groups who have struggled to maintain their power, despite being taken over by Europeans. In this country Haiti shares a 171 mile border with the Dominican Republic, its neighbor on the eastern end of the Island. 75% of Haiti is made up of mountains and cliffs. The longest rive in Haiti is the Artibonite river. Haiti had rich soils and plantations, they grew sugar canes and were famous for their tobbaco industry. Through out the history of Haiti, both the natives and the europeans used forms of powers such as organizatoin, force and rebellion. Three examples of this are that, the Taino people were well organized and had their own government system. Second, the Europeans used force as power to take over the Tainos land. And finally, The slaves rebelled against the europeans to gain their independence.
  • The country of Haiti is considered the loser side of the island of Hispaniola, the place that makes the Dominican Republic look good. Haiti is great at one thing and one only: sucking. It consistently ranks near the bottom of all loser countries. The above comment was entered by someone ignorant of Haiti's importance in world history, Haiti's rich history or a hardened racist.
  • Haiti is a Caribbean country.
  • Haiti is a country of North America.
  • <default>Haiti</default> Lokalizacja Rok powstania Właściciel Mieszkańcy Rola Przynależność Haiti (ang. Haiti) — kraj znajdujący się na wschodniej części wyspy Haiti, leżącej na Morzu Karaibskim w Ameryce Północnej. Haiti posiada własną narodową drużynę Quidditcha, która brała udział w Mistrzostwach Świata w Quidditchu w 2014 roku. Maskotką drużyny są Inferiusy.
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  • Haiti is a country in North America and a member of the United Nations.
  • Haiti is located on part of the island of Hispaniola, bordering the Dominican Republic to the east. French and Haitian Creole are spoken in Haiti. There was an earthquake in 2010 in Haiti and conservatives like Rush Limbaugh were bashing President Obama for sending aid.
  • jE SOUHAITE QUE TOUS LES HAITIENS CONNAISSENT QUE HAITI EST LE PAYS LE PLUS FAVORI AU MONDE PARCE QUE NOUS AVONS UNE HISTOIRE EXCEPTIONNELLE .......HAITI HONORABLE MERE CHERIE ... AVEC TOI ON FAIT DE LA POESIE ... IMMENSE BRAVOURE DE NOS ANCETRES TREPASSE NOS SOUVENIRS .... ILLICITE Haiti, situated on the western third of the island of Hispaniola and America, La Tortue (Tortuga), Grand Canyon, and Ile a Vache in the Caribbean Sea, east of Cuba; the Dominican Republic shares Hispaniola with Haiti. Its total land area is 10,714 square miles (27,750 square km) and its capital is Port au-Prince, on the main island of Hispaniola. A former French colony, it was the first country in the Americas after the United States to declare its independence. In spite of its longevity, it is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Haiti is a state in the Caribbean. In "The Bodyguard", Talitha and Vlad discuss a time when they fought zombies in Haiti. Vlad apparently screamed and fainted, while Talitha held them off.
  • Haiti ist ein auf der Insel Hispaniola in den Großen Antillen gelegener Inselstaat. Er umfasst den westlichen Teil der Karibikinsel und grenzt an die Turks- und Caicosinseln, die Dominikanische Republik, Jamaika, Kuba und die Bahamas. Sie ist eine präsidiale Republik mit Port-au-Prince als Hauptstadt. Haiti ist in 10 Départements gegliedert.
  • I got to see NYC before the earthquake. MONTREAL – Why do we care so much about Haiti? Compassion, empathy, a rich land’s guilt when confronted with unspeakable horrors in a place that has nothing. Proximity, political expediency for a Parliament about to go on a dubious furlough, fear of failure in the long shadows of the 2004 (no jobs) Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. There’s a phrase in Créole for the outpouring of goodness, the near-spontaneous “We are the World” response, to the crisis in Haiti. Tout moun se moun, roughly translated, means “everybody is a person,” a human being worthy of love, respect and a hand in need. So long as you do the right thing, does it matter if your motives aren’t entirely pure? Maybe even, in the case of governments and politicians, just the tiniest bit self-serving or opportunistic? There would never have been a good time for the earthquake that totalled Port-au-Prince last week, leaving upwards of 200,000 people dead and three million Haitians without homes, food, electricity or clean water, without work or an operational government or personal security. It was, by every definition, a catastrophe beyond imagining in a country that has long ranked among the poorest on the planet, an island nation battered by every manner of natural and man-made calamity – hurricanes, landslides, deforestation, HIV/AIDS, military coups, political corruption and a crippling debt-load that began with a bloody war of emancipation 200 years ago. In the days – hours, really – after the 7.0 tremor hit at 16:53 p.m., Jan. 12, the world responded with speed and extraordinary generosity. A rough estimate late this week put the tally for governmental, corporate and private gifts at $1 billion U.S. Countries sent cash, troops and medical support, showing their hearts are in the right place, even if troubling glitches in coordination left such basics as food, water and painkillers stalled on the airport tarmac instead of where they are most needed. The World Food Program sent ready-to-eat meals, multinational corporations reached into the vault and elementary school children emptied their piggy banks. It appears everyone from departing Montreal Canadiens’ tough guy Georges Laraque to George Clooney and George W. Bush has been thunderstruck by the extent of the damage. Moved to act, we have done so, more or less altruistically – like the Montreal radio station that raised $128,000 by offering listeners who donate $10 or more to UNICEF’s Haiti relief fund chances to win a winter getaway to a luxury resort in the Bahamas. Much has been made, and rightly so, of the role that social media like Twitter, Facebook and text messaging have played in the Haitian disaster, both in helping to find people trapped in the wreckage and in providing a new platform where news can spread, and morph into consolation, both personal and financial. “Social networking helped (Barack) Obama get elected president of the United States and now it is helping to raise money for the victims of Haiti,” said Shirley Steinberg, a professor and media analyst at McGill University who credits Facebook and other Internet resources with giving a voice to those who once felt powerless in the wake of global calamities. “Social networking means that you and me, who are nobodies, are able to build communities and act. So we see artists who are raising money on a social networking site by organizing events and concerts through the weekend.” New fundraising strategies like Mobile Giving Foundation and Network for Good encourage “micro-giving,” prodding people who had never before given to a relief effort to donate as little as $5 by text messaging or hitting the send button on their computers. In a rare instance of magnanimity, mobile phone providers and credit card companies have waived or lowered fees for gifts to the likes of UNICEF and the Red Cross. By mid-week, the Canadian Red Cross had received more than $40 million dollars, including $32.9 million from individuals and $8 million from businesses. Canadians had given at least $10 million more to other charities involved in Haitian relief efforts, including UNICEF, Oxfam, World Vision, CARE, and the Salvation Army – with Ottawa pledging to match private gifts up to a total of $50 million – in addition to the $60 million Canada has promised toward United Nations programs to feed and rebuild basic services in Haiti over the coming months. The American Red Cross said two out of three donations to its Haiti fund had been made online, with roughly $500,000 raised during ad campaigns during weekend National Football League broadcasts. In Britain, messages sent through Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites accounted for at least a third of the more than $35 million raised by the Red Cross in the first days after the earthquake. Pioneering media guru Marshall McLuhan would say the medium is the message. The convenience and immediacy of text messaging and social networking certainly remove the obstacles and excuses of writing a cheque, finding an envelope and a stamp and remembering to put the thing in the mail. But that’s not enough to explain the rapidity and scale with which the world has reacted to the Haitian disaster. “Traditional media led the way and social networking filled in the cracks,” said Michael Hoechsmann, who teaches media and technology in McGill University’s department of integrated studies in education. Hoechsmann argues mainstream media played a bigger role in getting the word out, letting people know what had happened, while social media offered opportunities for individuals to get involved in “the how” of relief and recovery. “I received a Facebook message from a friend and even though I saw it had been sent to 20 people, I still felt personally involved. It’s a way of personalizing the story by allowing friends and colleagues to distribute information and share their feelings and views. One broadcasts, the other narrowcasts.” Hoechsmann said social networks and technologies, which were only emerging when the tsunami occurred, serve as a template for fundraising on a global scale and coordination by traditional media, governments and non-governmental agencies trying to help Haiti. Proximity, timing and extraordinary need help explain why Haiti hit a raw nerve. The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami struck on Boxing Day on the other side of the world. The tidal wave struck a ribbon of far-flung, largely rural communities. It levelled communities and killed more than 200,000 people in 14 countries, but left the structure of governments and their institutions largely intact. Port-au-Prince, on the other hand, is a densely-populated capital city with weak construction and sprawling slums in the poorest country in our hemisphere. It is located on the western half of a sun-baked Caribbean island many Quebecers know best for the resorts and beaches of the neighbouring Dominican Republic. “This is a country where there are no government agencies that work,” said Carolyn Fick, a Concordia University history professor and author of The Making of Haiti. “The justice system, the police force, infrastructures, education, even at the best of times they exist in a fragmentary way. Haiti is a fragmentary state.” “A historic disaster,” said Elizabeth Byrs of the United Nations, which has confirmed 61 of its staff members in Haiti are dead and 180 missing. “We have never been confronted with such a disaster in UN memory. It is like no other.” “Because of the scale and shallowness of the earthquake in such a densely-populated area, impact was worse than the atomic bomb in Hiroshima. It’s difficult to accept the gravity, the enormity of this disaster, for people without resources,” said Fick, whose 1990 book examines the revolt by slaves in the late 1700s that led to independence and paved the way for the abolition of slavery elsewhere half a century later. Decades of political upheaval have forced thousands of Haitians to seek shelter abroad, spawning large, vibrant ex-patriate communities in Montreal and such U.S. cities as New York, Boston and Miami. “Here in Canada, and especially Quebec, there have been close ties to Haiti dating back to the 1940s, when missionaries went there to set up schools and hospitals,” said Fick, who is currently involved in an oral history project interviewing Haitian Montrealers who fled the Duvalier regime. Fick says most Haitian Montrealers – estimated at between 100,000 and 140,000 – would have relatives in Haiti. “With every political crisis, there has been a wave of Haitian immigration. They have integrated very well, partly because of language, but also because there were strong ties between Haiti and Quebec.” The Haitian earthquake occurred in the dead of January, little more than a week before Barack Obama’s first anniversary in office amid fierce criticism of his health care plan and disappointment with his decision to send more troops to Afghanistan. Showing leadership in Haiti – by sending 16,000 soldiers and Marine – could be seen as both the moral and the political-savvy thing to do, at least in the short-term. A poll conducted by CBS News in the days immediately after the earthquake showed the vast majority of Americans of all political stripes endorsed the president’s decision to help Haiti. For Obama, the quick response could stave off charges of the Katrina-style hand-wringing which helped to bury the Bush administration after its slow and thoughtless reaction to the hurricane which ravaged New Orleans. And vows to rebuild Port-au-Prince could also be seen as strategic efforts to discourage desperate Haitians from attempting to follow the lead of earlier generations of refugees and set sail for Miami. Harper, meanwhile, needed to appear decisive, especially with contentious plans afoot to prorogue Parliament. “I’d love to believe this outpouring for Haiti is because we all care about each other, but I’m cynical and have to say it’s probably a combination of guilt and learning from bad example,” said Steinberg.“So when Prime Minister Stephen Harper says that he’s not waiting because you don’t need permission to do the right thing, what he’s really saying is that I’m not George Bush and I don’t want this to be another Katrina.” “Everyone in the world is making sure they aren’t seen as a lousy leader. At the government level, we don’t want to look like idiots. (They) are politicians first, citizens of the world second.” “To be cynical, there hasn’t been an international crisis of this magnitude in a while, so there has been space in the news cycle for it,” said Pierre Minn, a doctoral candidate at McGill University who has spent two years in Haiti, most recently doing field work on international medical aid in the north shore city of Cap Haïtien. “Usually, my friends in Haiti complain that people tend to make the situation there worse than it is. In this case, they say it is worse than can truly be conveyed,” said Minn. As someone with friends and contacts outside Port-au-Prince, Minn believes a key part of the earthquake relief story is not being heard – that of Haitian families, church groups and community organizations that have opened their doors to their countrymen. “They are the ones who will be taking in relatives and adopting orphaned children. It’s not just the helpful hand of the benevolent foreigners. It is frustrating for Haitians to be seen as passive recipients of foreign aid, as though they are doing nothing for themselves.” That said, he agrees that relief and recovery are essential – and soon – if Haiti has any chance to survive this colossal set back. “Cynically, we know that Haiti is not going to be in the news for long, so we need to get results before the world’s attention goes to something else.” One key, said Minn, must be a critical review of economic and trade policies which he argues have undermined Haiti’s efforts to rebuild. “Why is it cheaper for Haitians to buy American rice than Haitian rice? And the same is true for chicken, and corn. One of the reasons why so many people left the land and moved to Port-au-Prince is because they are unable to sell their products,” Minn said. “Tariff agreements and subsidies are very complicated. It’s much easier for people to write a cheque than to look at the impact of those policies.” “I’d hate to think people were motivated by guilt,” said Fick, who prefers to think there is a profound recognition of Haiti’s plight and the tremendous resilience of her people. “I’m not sure how to put this without it sounding naive, but there is a kindness and genuineness to Haitians, a stoicism in the face of disaster and yet, an openness to help others.” Haiti’s immediate needs are as simple as life itself – medical aid, food, water, and shelter. Only once those essentials are in place can officials start to look at the bigger picture – decent roads, reliable utilities, a functioning government. “Haiti must be rebuilt from bottom to top,” Fick said, with solutions that make sense to Haiti, not necessarily to rich countries like Canada, France and the United States. “Haiti has been struggling ever since independence,” said Fick. Like Minn, she cites economic hardships dating back to the time Haiti fought for its freedom from France, compounded by natural disasters and the misdeeds of government elites, who lined their own pockets instead of looking out for the people. “Haiti has been reliant on foreign aid for a long time, and it will likely be so for a long time to come.”
  • The native Taino Amerindians - who inhabited the island of Hispaniola when it was discovered by COLUMBUS in 1492 - were virtually annihilated by Spanish settlers within 25 years. In the early 17th century, the French established a presence on Hispaniola. In 1697, Spain ceded to the French the western third of the island, which later became Haiti. The French colony, based on forestry and sugar-related industries, became one of the wealthiest in the Caribbean but only through the heavy importation of African slaves and considerable environmental degradation. In the late 18th century, Haiti's nearly half million slaves revolted under Toussaint L'OUVERTURE. After a prolonged struggle, Haiti became the first black republic to declare independence in 1804. The poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, Haiti has been plagued by political violence for most of its history. After an armed rebellion led to the forced resignation and exile of President Jean-Bertrand ARISTIDE in February 2004, an interim government took office to organize new elections under the auspices of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). Continued violence and technical delays prompted repeated postponements, but Haiti finally did inaugurate a democratically elected president and parliament in May of 2006. A massive magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010 with an epicenter about 15 km southwest of the capital, Port-au-Prince. An estimated 2 million people live within the zone of heavy to moderate structural damage. The earthquake is assessed as the worst in this region over the last 200 years and massive international assistance will be required to help the country recover.
  • Haiti - niewielkie państewko zajmujące część wyspy Haiti na Morzu Karaibskim, graniczy z Dominikaną. Sławne z kilku trzęsień ziemi i bliskich kontaktów z Polską zanim ta stała się imperium.
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, is the country occupying the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Ayiti or land of high mountains was the indigenous Taíno name for the island.
  • Haiti was a country located in the Caribbean. The Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice Summerfield accidentally went there in 1915 when trying to visit Ernest Hemingway in nearby Key West, Florida. Once there, they met Francois Lacombe, a native of the Alsace region of France. While there, they prevented Mait Lemaitre from summoning Cthulhu. (PROSE: White Darkness, PROSE: All-Consuming Fire) During or before his eighth incarnation, the Doctor witnessed a hoodoo ceremony in Haiti. (AUDIO: The Next Life)
  • Became independent from France in a revolution in 1804, the first state to undergo a slave revolution and the only one in the Western Hemisphere. Since then the country has undergone a succession of coups, repeated occupation by the USA, the rule of the father-and-son despots known as "Papa Doc" and "Baby Doc" Duvalier (the latter rising to power at 19), followed by what can only be called anarchy. Things were finally settling down politically, just in time for a horrific earthquake to hit in January of 2010. The parents of current Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime left for The United States after their own parents (i.e. Reggie's grandparents, on both sides of the family) started having harsh political disputes among each other. In fiction: Haiti is most known for voodoo (despite being 95% Christian), specifically the Hollywood portrayal of it. * Quantum of Solace * Saint-Monique in Live and Let Die is a No Celebrities Were Harmed Hollywood Atlas depiction. * The Serpent and the Rainbow * Danny Glover's pet project is a Biopic of Toussaint Louverture (the leader of the aforementioned slave revolt). He's had a hard time getting funding, primarily (it is said) because the film would have no or virtually no white people. * Arcade Fire's song "Haiti" (from Funeral) is about the days of Duvalier. Frontwoman Régine Chassagne is the daughter of white Haitian emigrants to Quebec.
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  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti (French: Républiqe d'Haïti, Haitian Creole: Repiblik Ayiti), is a country in southern North America located on the western side of the island of Hispaniola. It borders the Dominican Republic in the east. Its capital is Port-au-Prince.
  • Estesa sulla parte più sfigata dell'isola di Spagnoletta, Haiti ha la forma di un granchio sdentato che strozza per colpa di un sasso in gola; questa forma caratteristica è valsa il premio Culizer 2005, ritirato presso Roma dall'uragano Jeanne, diventato Presidente della Repubblica (credevate fosse una dittatura?) dopo una rivolta popolare dovuta alla mancanza dei bidet negli uffici pubblici.
  • The flag of Haiti consists of two equal horizontal bands of blue (top) and red with a centred white rectangle bearing the coat of arms, which contains a palm tree flanked by flags and two cannons above a scroll bearing the motto L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE ("Union Makes Strength"). The Flag Day is celebrated in Haiti on May 18th. It commemorates the events of 1803 when the national leaders Dessalines and Petion in the city of Arcahaie agreed on an official flag.
  • Haiti is a small country, located on the west half of the island of Hispaniola, in the Caribbean Sea. It borders the Dominican Republic, and is across the Windward Passage from Cuba. Haiti is one of the least developed countries in the Americas. The primary languages of Haiti are French and Creole, and voodoo is one of the dominant religious systems practiced in the country. Originally discovered by the Spanish in 1492, it was eventually settled by the French and their African slaves. In 1791, after a slave rebellion, the country became the second in the Western Hemisphere to declare its independence. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the country suffered from several coups, and foreign intervention. From 1915 to 1933, the country was under the military occupation of the United States of America.
  • Haiti i/ˈheɪti/ (French: Haïti [a.iti]; Haitian Creole Ayiti [ajiti]), officially the Republic of Haiti (République d'Haïti; Repiblik Ayiti), is a Caribbean country. It occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Ayiti (land of high mountains) was the indigenous Taíno or Amerindian name for the island. 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. Haitian Creole and French are the official languages. More information on the Wikipedia page [1]
  • There are no ice rinks and no ice hockey is played. Claude Vilgrain who was drafted in the 6th round, 107th overall in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft was born in Haiti, Maxime Boisclair is also Haitian born.
  • Als Haïti (franz. Le pays, connu plus tôt que l'Haïti) bezeichnet man einen insulanischen Wirtschaftsraum in der Karibik, welcher fast ausschließlich von Schwarzen bewohnt wird und seit seiner Entstehung betont regelmäßig von größeren Katastrophen heimgesucht wird (Afrika-Testgelände). Die größte Katastrophe des Landes ist dabei die permanente Nichtexistenz wirtschaftlich bedeutender Ressourcen wie Erdöl- oder Erdgasvorkommen sowie von Badestränden mit Alkoholausschank, so dass sich weder die USA noch Europa ernsthaft für das Land interessieren. Im Falle einer der regelmäßigen humanitären Katastrophen unterstützt die Deutsche Bundesregierung mit 1,5 Millionen Euro den Staat – oder was davon noch übrig ist. Sollte ein Deutscher zu den Opfern gehören, sind es auch schon mal 7,5 Millionen Euro. Dieser Betrag ist insofern bemerkenswert, als er lediglich um 18 Milliarden Euro niedriger liegt als durchschnittliche Zuwendung an eine systemrelevante deutsche Bank, wenn diese sich leichtfertig verzockt ganz und gar unverschuldet in Probleme gerät.
  • This is a collection of local flavor and sources of information about Haiti, with a focus on individual voices. Please add other sources below. See the Bridge Index style guide for advice on how to list new sources on this page. +/-
  • Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, is a Creole- and French-speaking Caribbean country. Along with the Dominican Republic, it occupies the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antillean archipelago. The capital is Port-au-Prince.
  • Haiti is a country in the Caribbean islands of North America that served as the location of Vicious Voodoo of Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus. It is known for its jungles that served as Mz. Ruby's residence and where she established her main base of operations. According to her, the jungle provided the perfect mojo for her schemes. Mz. Ruby planned to dump thousands of bones into the sea, and with her magic, use them to create an army of ghosts to take over all of Mexico. The Haitian jungle was filled with statues, creatures, and locations which reflected Mz. Ruby's voodoo vibe. Once Mz. Ruby was defeated and arrested, her voodoo factory was abandoned.
  • Haiti, in Haitian Creole: Ayiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, is a country on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the Dominican Republic. Haiti also includes many smaller islands of Navasse is claimed by both Haiti and the United States. 'Ayiti' (Haiti) was the indigenous Taíno name for the island. Its highest point is Chaine de la Selle, at 2,680 meters. The total area of Haiti is 27,750 km² (10,714 sq mi) and its capital is Port-au-Prince. A former French colony, Haiti became the first independent black republic, and the only nation ever to form from a successful slave rebellion. Haiti became the second non-native country in the Americas, after the United States, to declare its independence, on January 1, 1804. Haiti has recently undergone a state of transition following the forced ousting of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on February 29, 2004. The circumstances surrounding his departure from office are disputed, with Aristide stating that he was kidnapped by US government agents who forcibly put him onto a plane and flew him out of the country. He had been re-elected in 2000 by a strong majority, with most of his support coming from Haiti's poor masses, which comprise a large majority of the country's population. René Préval was elected president in his place on February 7, 2006, and took office in May of that year.
  • The artist and naturalist John James Audubon was born on the island of Santo Tomás, south and east of Atlantis, but was brought to France three years later. This meant he avoided the slave uprising that convulsed the island and left most whites dead or exiled. Towards the end of the Atlantean Servile Insurrection, Jeremiah Stafford wondered whether the Free Republic of Atlantis would devolve into an anarchic society similar to Haiti if it managed to gain independence, as both states were formed from slave rebellions.
  • After sending the natives to heaven, the French realized they had a problem. Who would do all the work required to harvest the cocaine to send back to France?The French were very modest and didn't consider themselves worthy of this honour. It was then decided that new friends needed to be made. France made a trip to West Africa and offered the people there free boat rides to Haiti and a job once they got there. France's new African friends were so happy with their new home and jobs that they offered to work for free! Yay!
  • Haiti c'est le voisin dela République dominicaine. Haiti fait aussi parti de americe du nord. Haiti parle le francais et créoele haiti. Haiti devienne en 1804 la première république noire de l'independece de hatienne.
  • Haiti – najbiedniejsze państwo półkuli zachodniej, równocześnie pierwsze murzyńskie, które wybiło się na niepodległość. Mimo ambitnej taktyki podbicia wyspy, nie udało się za przyczyną głosu samego Napoleona. Mimo, że brzmiał motywująco i donośnie w każdym zakątku koszar, żołnierze z grzeczności i czystego savoir-vivre'u ustępowali mu miejsca.
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