Haiti Water, Sanitation Challenges To Be Discussed At Donor Meeting In Washington
Miami Herald: Haiti’s sanitation needs to be focus of meeting in capitol
“Four years after cholera arrived in Haiti, the country still is trying to curb the epidemic, even as it sees significant drops in the numbers of people succumbing to the deadly waterborne disease. Still, more than 30 people a day continue to get infected with cholera, a number that remains unacceptable, according to Haitians and other officials as they prepare for a major donor conference Thursday in Washington focused on bringing clean water and sanitation to the country…” (Charles, 10/8).
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