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Indo-Haitians are Haitians of Indian ancestry who immigrated to or born in Haiti. As of 2011, there are about 200 people of Indian descent living in Haiti.
The Indian community in Haiti consists mainly of professionals, businessmen and volunteers from the congregation of the Sisters of Charity. The community is made up of immigrants from India as well as other Caribbean islands such as Martinique and Guadeloupe. Indo Caribbean immigrants from other Caribbean islands have intermarried with other Haitian communities. Their descendants are known as Marabous.
In addition to NRIs and PIOs, India's MINUSTAH contingent includes a 140-member Formed Police Unit (FPU), mainly from the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), as well as 11 UN police officers and there are also about 51 Indians working with Trigyn Technologies Ltd, a Mumbai-based company that provides IT support for UN missions.
2010 Haiti earthquake 
During the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many members of the Indian community have lost their homes had appealed to the Indian government to provide them financial assistance to rebuild their lives. There were about 40 Indian families scattered around the country at the time, some of whom had been living with the FPU for several days. Those who were wishing to return to India found themselves unable to do so as they couldn't get into neighbouring Dominican Republic, which is the only way out of there since there were no direct commercial flights in and out of Haiti.
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