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in the Caribbean, occupies the western third of the island of Hispaniola,
which it shares with the Dominican Republic.
coat of armsof Haiti was first
introduced in 1807, and has appeared in its current form since
It shows draped flags, which
are located before a palm tree and cannons on a green lawn.
On the lawn various items are found, such as a drum, a bugle,
long guns, and ship anchors. Above the palm tree, there is
a Phrygian cap placed as a symbol of freedom. The ribbon bears
the national motto of Haiti: L'Union Fait La Force (French,)
flag of Haiti was adopted on February 25, 1986.
The flag is divided into two rectangles going across horizontally.
The top half is blue and the bottom is red. In the center is
the coat of arms of Haiti
Haiti is two-thirds
mountainous, with the remainder of the country marked by
gentle valleys, extensive plateaus and plains
Haiti is the
western hemisphere's poorest country, a poverty-stricken
land of urban overpopulation, a people still suffering the
wounds of civil strife and oppression.
It is a vibrant
country of colourful art, exciting drama with fantastic
music and diverse culture.
Our vision is to raise up
godly leaders in Haiti through health and education to strengthen
their families, communities and country; bringing relief of
poverty and stimulating the economy; and to preach the Gospel
so that lives will be saved and transformed for the betterment