Haiti is a Caribbean country with a population of approximately 11.4 million people. Haitian Creole and French are the official languages of the country, with Haitian Creole being the most widely spoken language. French is primarily used in official and business contexts.
Haiti is a predominantly Christian country, with the majority of the population identifying as Christian. The Roman Catholic Church is the largest Christian denomination in the country, with approximately 50% of the population belonging to the Church. Protestantism is also widely practiced, with various Protestant denominations accounting for approximately 25% of the population. Vodou, a syncretic religion that combines elements of traditional African religions and Roman Catholicism, is also widely practiced and is considered a central part of Haitian culture.