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Ayiti | Nòdès (Nord-Est)

(TO BE CUSTOMIZED BY EACH DEPARTMENT)

The Department of Nòdès (Kreyòl/Creole) or Nord-Est (François/French) is subdivided into four communes, which are further subdivided into thirteen communal sections.

1- Fòlibète (Fort-Liberté)

  • Fort-Liberté
  • Ferrier
  • Perches

2- Twou dinò (Trou-du-Nord)

  • Trou-du-Nord
  • Caracol
  • Sainte-Suzanne
  • Terrier-Rouge

3- Valyè (Vallières)

  • Vallières
  • Carice
  • Mombin-Crochu

4- Wanament (Ouanaminthe)

  • Ouanaminthe
  • Capotille
  • Mont-Organisé
Geography

The department of Nòdès (Nord-Est) is bordered to the north by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the Plats Santral (Centre) department, to the east by the Dominican Republic, and to the west by the Nò (Nord) department.

Most of the department is part of the Plaine-du-Nord-Cibao valley with the southern part being the Massif-du-Nord. The coastal plain has the Bay of Caracol, the biggest mangrove forest in Haiti and the Bay of Fort-Liberty, the island's only pouched-shape bay, which is five times the size of the Bay of Havana.

The Tee Bay harbors many islands, cays, and reefs. The biggest island in the bay is Bayo Island.

The most important rivers are the Manon River and Massacre River.

The Three Bays Protected Area is the most important park in the department.

Coast

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Geology

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Environment

There are mangrove forests ...

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Restoration Project Sites

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