Lebanese Haitians are Haitian of Lebanese descent or a Lebanese with Haitian citizenship. There are 8,000 people of Lebanese descent living in Haiti.
Notable Lebanese Haitians
- André Apaid Jr., American-born tycoon
- André Apaid Sr., businessman and political activist who was a strong supporter of Jean-Claude Duvalier
- Claude Apaid, brother of André Apaid Sr. and owner of the computer company that has secured the government contract to supply voting machines in Haiti
- Jessie Al-Khal, businesswoman; manager for the compas band T-Vice; mother of Roberto Martino and Reynaldo Martino
- John Boulos, professional soccer player
- Pierrot Al-Khal, renowned musician for compas band, Les Gypsies de Pétionville
- Robert Malval, Prime Minister of Haiti (1993−1994)
- Reynaldo Martino, singer, composer and maestro for the popular compas band, T-Vice (partial Lebanese descent)
- Roberto Martino lead singer and guitarist/composer for the popular compas band, T-Vice (partial Lebanese descent)
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