Combat Haiti's Spreading Cholera Crisis

 
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International Action and Red Cross Provide Clean Water for Cité Soleil Neighborhood

Report, June 24, 2011

International Action is working with the CICR (Red Cross) to return clean water to the slums in Port-au-Prince. Our role in this partnership is to disinfect the water. The project is being realized in the neighborhood of Drouillard, a commune of Cité Soleil. We installed four chlorinators providing clean water to 2,000 residents. We hope projects such as this will encourage people to leave the camps and return home.

GPS is as follows: 18°34.920'N 72°19.570'W.

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Zach Brehmer

Washington, DC United States

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Map of Combat Haiti's Spreading Cholera Crisis