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Ouanaminthe

Ouanaminthe
Wanament / Wanamèt
Ouanaminthe is located in Haiti
Ouanaminthe
Ouanaminthe
Location in Haiti
Coordinates:
Country Haiti
Department Nord-Est
Arrondissement Ouanaminthe

Ouanaminthe (European Union was opened.

Ouanaminthe has many small schools. The majority of them belong to churches. The Lycée Capois La Mort was located in the "Arobouk nan gran ri a" now move to "Sans". Most of the school are elementary. When students reach 7th grade, many move to a bigger city or to another school. Haiti's educational system is constituted of four parts.
1) Kindergarten
2) "Primaire" Primary school(equivalence U.S.'s 1st through 6th grade in the US)
3) "Secondaire" Secondary School (equivalence of U.S.'s 7th through 11th grade plus Rheto and Philo)
4) "Université" University

Currently there are five new primary schools under construction, funded by Foie et Joie (Faith and Joy) under the patronage of Jesuit Refugee Service as well as Solidaridad Fronteriza.

Notable natives and residents

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