Haiti - Daten & Fakten

Länderstatistik

Branche
Land
Unterschied in %
gesamt
Haiti
17 743 000 EUR
0 EUR

Bekleidung
Haiti
54 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Chemische Erzeugnisse
Haiti
2 482 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Datenverarbeitungsgeräte, elektr. u. opt. Erzeugn.
Haiti
630 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Elektrische Ausrüstungen
Haiti
358 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Energieversorgung
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Erdöl und Erdgas
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Erze
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Erzeugnisse der Landwirtschaft und Jagd
Haiti
2 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Fische und Fischereierzeugnisse
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Forstwirtschaftliche Erzeugnisse
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Getränke
Haiti
117 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Glas und -waren, Keramik, Steine und Erden
Haiti
67 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Gummi- und Kunststoffwaren
Haiti
1 297 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Holz und Holz- Kork- Korb- Flechtwaren ohne Möbel
Haiti
5 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Kohle
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Kokereierzeugnisse und Mineralölerzeugnisse
Haiti
55 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Kraftwagen und Kraftwagenteile
Haiti
1 203 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Leder und Lederwaren
Haiti
3 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Maschinen
Haiti
2 002 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Metalle
Haiti
40 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Metallerzeugnisse
Haiti
503 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Möbel
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Nahrungsmittel und Futtermittel
Haiti
3 958 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Papier, Pappe und Waren daraus
Haiti
333 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Pharmazeutische und ähnliche Erzeugnisse
Haiti
1 411 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Sonstige Fahrzeuge
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Sonstige Waren
Haiti
3 176 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Steine und Erden, sonstige Bergbauerzeugnisse
Haiti
8 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Tabakerzeugnisse
Haiti
0 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %
Textilien
Haiti
39 000 EUR
0 EUR
0.00 %

Daten & Fakten
Flagge:    Haiti Haiti
Capital
name: Port-au-Prince

geographic coordinates: 18 32 N, 72 20 W

time difference: UTC-5 (same time as Washington, DC, during Standard Time)

daylight saving time: +1hr, begins second Sunday in March; ends first Sunday in November

etymology: according to tradition, in 1706, a Captain de Saint-Andre named the bay and its surrounding area after his ship Le Prince; the name of the town that grew there means, "the Port of The Prince"
Citizenship
citizenship by birth: no

citizenship by descent only: at least one parent must be a native-born citizen of Haiti

dual citizenship recognized: yes

residency requirement for naturalization: 5 years
Legal system
civil law system strongly influenced by Napoleonic Code
Suffrage
18 years of age; universal
Area
total: 27,750 sq km

land: 27,560 sq km

water: 190 sq km
Land use
agricultural land: 66.4% (2018 est.)

arable land: 38.5% (2018 est.)

permanent crops: 10.2% (2018 est.)

permanent pasture: 17.7% (2018 est.)

forest: 3.6% (2018 est.)

other: 30% (2018 est.)
Location
Caribbean, western one-third of the island of Hispaniola, between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, west of the Dominican Republic
Age structure
0-14 years: 29.68% (male 1,695,357/female 1,709,344)

15-64 years: 65.76% (male 3,733,899/female 3,808,453)

65 years and over: 4.56% (2023 est.) (male 228,800/female 294,408)
Birth rate
21.5 births/1,000 population (2023 est.)
Death rate
7.7 deaths/1,000 population (2023 est.)
Languages
French (official), Creole (official)

major-language sample(s): The World Factbook, une source indispensable d'informations de base. (French)

The World Factbook, sous endispansab pou enfomasyon debaz. (Haitian Creole)

The World Factbook, the indispensable source for basic information.
Life expectancy at birth
total population: 64.8 years (2023 est.)

male: 63 years

female: 66.7 years
Major urban areas - population
2.987 million PORT-AU-PRINCE (capital) (2023)
Median age
total: 24.7 years (2023 est.)

male: 24.4 years

female: 24.9 years
Mother's mean age at first birth
22.4 years (2016/7 est.)

note: data represents median age at first birth among women 25-49
Net migration rate
-1.6 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2023 est.)
Population distribution
fairly even distribution; largest concentrations located near coastal areas
Population growth rate
1.23% (2023 est.)
Total fertility rate
2.49 children born/woman (2023 est.)
Urbanization
urban population: 59.7% of total population (2023)

rate of urbanization: 2.47% annual rate of change (2020-25 est.)
Education expenditures
1.4% of GDP (2020 est.)
Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-)
-1% (of GDP) (2017 est.)
Industrial production growth rate
-2.48% (2021 est.)
Labor force
5.01 million (2021 est.)

note: shortage of skilled labor; unskilled labor abundant
Population below poverty line
58.5% (2012 est.)
Unemployment rate
15.73% (2021 est.)

15.45% (2020 est.)

13.91% (2019 est.)

note: widespread unemployment and underemployment; more than two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs
Public debt
31.1% of GDP (2017 est.)

33.9% of GDP (2016 est.)
Inflation rate (consumer prices)
16.84% (2021 est.)

22.8% (2020 est.)

18.7% (2019 est.)
Exports
$1.241 billion (2021 est.) note: data are in current year dollars

$1.014 billion (2020 est.) note: data are in current year dollars

$1.733 billion (2019 est.)
Exports - partners
United States 83%, Canada 4%, Mexico 3%, India 1%, Hong Kong 1% (2021)
Imports
$5.222 billion (2021 est.) note: data are in current year dollars

$4.206 billion (2020 est.) note: data are in current year dollars

$5.161 billion (2019 est.)
Imports - partners
United States 26%, Dominican Republic 23%, China 19%, Turkey 3%, Indonesia 3% (2021)
Airports
14 (2021)
Broadband - fixed subscriptions
total: 31,000 (2020 est.)

subscriptions per 100 inhabitants: 0.3 (2020 est.)
Internet users
total: 4.29 million (2021 est.)

percent of population: 39% (2021 est.)
Roadways
total: 4,102 km (2011)

paved: 600 km (2011)

unpaved: 3,502 km (2011)
Telephones - fixed lines
total subscriptions: 6,000 (2021 est.)

subscriptions per 100 inhabitants: 64 (2021 est.) less than 1
Telephones - mobile cellular
total subscriptions: 7.3 million (2021 est.)

subscriptions per 100 inhabitants: 64 (2021 est.)
Disputes - international
Haiti-Dominican Republic: the Dominican Republic has increased security along the Haitian border to prevent unauthorized migration and smuggling, including constructing a fence and deploying military troops; some disputes over border limits, particularly along the Massacre River

Haiti-US: Haiti claims US-administered Navassa Island