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Caiman is a small village located 5.1km south of Pignon in the Nord Department of Haiti. Like many Haitian villages, voodoo beliefs and practices have been pervasive in the area. United Christian International (UCI) was estabilished in the region in 2005, and their impact has been immense.

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Grand Diable

Located near the Northwest tip of Haiti, approximately 160 KM from Port au Prince, the small, rural village of Grand Diable has a population of 400 people. Six surrounding small villages also are home to approximately 2500 people.

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Grand Goave

Located along the Caribbean coast of the Gulf of Gonave in the southwest part of the country, the general population of the city and surrounding area is 36,500. Grand Goave was founded by the Spanish at the end of the 16th century, and is one of the oldest cities in Haiti.

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Located about 48km (as the crow flies) from Port-au-Prince, or just over an hour drive, Mirebalais has a population of over 69,000. It is located in the central part of Haiti's farming regions, making it a great hub for transport into the capital city.

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Danda is a community in Northern Haiti approximately 2 hours southeast of Cap Haitien, the country’s second largest city. Danda has a population of about 3,000 people, though the surrounding settlements bring the population in the area to about 5,000.

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Jacmel is a city of 34,000 people, founded over 300 years ago and located 40 km SW of Port-au-Prince. Jacmel is a beautiful city situated in a small bay along the Caribbean Sea. It is rich in heritage, many of the homes and businesses date back to the early 19th century.

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Kenscoff is a town in the Ouest Department of Haiti, located in the mountains about 10 kilometres to the southeast of Port-au-Prince. It has a population of approximately 4,000 people but number of people in the smaller communities surrounding it bring the total population of the area closer to 10,000.

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Martineau’s remote location on Haiti's south coast, east of Les Cayes, has largely protected it from the problems that arise from the high population density of larger cities but this also means that access to infrastructure, such as higher education and critical medical services, is much more difficult.

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Terrier Rouge

Terrier Rouge is a community in Northern Haiti approximately an hour east of Cap Haitien, the country’s second largest city. The green hills to the south are a stark contrast to the arid flats that stretch between Terrier Rouge and the ocean to the North.

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