What can you do in haiti?
The best thing to do when you go to haiti is visit all the beautiful sites and taste their food. The elegant town called Jacmel has beautiful old palaces to visit while the Musee du Pantheon is a ancient museum in an old stunning mansion atop a hill. Les Cayes is a sea port & town with slopes that gently fall down onto beautiful white sandy beaches. Petionville is a wealthy upper class suburb located on northern hills. Cascade Bleu has cascading waterfalls and Etang Saumatre is great for viewing the country's plants. A wonderful restaurant to visit is La Souvenance. It's really a great country.
No, Haiti is an independent country.
The name Haïti comes from the indigenous Taíno language (Ayiti) which was the native name given to the entire island of Hispaniola to mean, "land of high mountains."The h is silent in French and the ï in Haïti, is a diacritical mark used to show that the second vowel is pronounced separately, as in the word naïve.
haiti is 1,784 years old and its birthday is December 5th
Beside from going to haiti and helping yourself, you could Donate to Oxfam or send aid boxes with basic medical equipment and food and water
No, Haiti is located in the Caribbean Sea near Cuba, which makes it a Caribbean country.Please look at a world map and get a sense of where Africa, the Caribbean and America are.Haiti is home to many people of African origin, who were brought from Africa as slaves. It was the scene of the only successful slave revolt, in the early 1800s.
The Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispanola with Haiti.
The dominican Rebublic shares the island of Hispanola with Haiti Hispaniola is the natives name for the Island and when the French and Spaniards came they fought for the right to the land. They finally agreed to split it, Spain got the Dominican Republican side and France Haiti. (as they are not called, during its time Haiti was called St. Domingue
you could donate things like charity, clothes or things that you don't need anymore (toys, books etc.)
No, Kobe is way better. If you think think Haiti is cool you can go earthquake yourself.
The Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti.
the Bahamas is the correct answer
you can help by sending over money
yes you can
Yes, they play dominoes in Haiti. Children make their own soccer balls and sometimes dominoes. Dominoes are an inexpensive form of entertainment.
The name of the island is Hispanola. This island contains the countries of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
You can donate just about anything - everything will be needed. Different organisations are getting different things sent to Haiti, so check out the different websites for who is looking for what. The easiest thing is money of course as this can be done from anywhere and more or less instantly.
You can donate money. I have put a link to their website under "Related Links" below this answer.
On a personal scale, give money to a reputable charity.The message appearing next to the question, as we first see, it is very offensive, any chance of removing it?
At times of war and natural disaster, we receive calls from parents wondering if it is possible to adopt orphans from these countries.Unfortunately the answer is no, and the reasons are simple:In the immediate aftermath of a disaster, it is often difficult to determine if a child is truly an orphan. Families become separated and it might take many months to find each other.Once it has been ascertained that a child is an orphan, it… Read More
they usually start pre-k at 2-5 years old
In the French used there, it would be "bonjour" (good day) or "salut" (hi).
living in haiti has soo many perks. seriously, nothing beats the Haitian lifestyle. you have time for family and friends and it is so layed back.. your kids will grow up with great morals and family values.. there is so much to do in haiti, beaches, kenscoff, dinner at the many delicious restaurants, pizza garden in particular.. sweet micky and tvice bals are always a good way to relax and of course just having house… Read More
they look for their mom and dad but the just really need shelter and find a safe spot but i think that most of them are in hospital
Hail is produced in the upper atmosphere, and it can be below freezing in the upper atmosphere anywhere in the world.
give money to haiti so they stay alive.
We shouldn't help them. Survival of the fittist, or in this case survival of the smart people who choose not to live in an area of high risk of damage from an earth quake. ==well its no need to be ignorant about this situation. me myself i am Haitian but live in the US. Haiti is a very beautiful place depending where you are at. it has beautiful beaches, beautiful people and the capital is… Read More
yes,absolutly,positivitly,si,100%. Haiti is what they call a third world country so that means they are very,very,very poor so if you donate to them then you did a very,very,very good thing. :) ;)
Look for websites on the internet like charitys and send money to them to help them go to haiti and save more people and give them food and water and a home
in creole u say "mwen vle'w" pronounced liek this: m when (but dont pronounce the n) v le w
That is the correct spelling of the proper noun, Haiti (country on Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles).
Haiti is a mountainous country with beautiful tropical plants. After all the word Haiti does mean "mountain country.
Yes i miss haiti i was born and haiti that my home land
The Haitians and the French pronounce the name of the country as three syllables: ah-ee-TEE. In English, the pronunciation is usually as two syllables: HAY-tee.
According to WildBlue, "No" But I haven't actually tried it. Yet.
People in Haiti speak French Its pronounced Saan Nicola. Saint Nicolas.
In Haiti they have sports like track and field, soccer, etc.
flamingos, wild pigs, iguanas, black barred limia, la hotte blind snake, moxarts frog...
I would bring stuff for all of the people, and well I don't know what else I would do.
Food, water, shelter, clothing, medicine and comfort.
A lot of stuff like coffee, beans, cocoa, sugar cane ,corn ,rice, yams, ext.