NPR - Morning Edition, April 12, 2012
In the teeming city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, millions of people have no reliable water supply. Many of the underground pipes that did exist were ruptured by the 2010 earthquake. Many public water kiosks are dry. So life for most people is a constant struggle for water. And now that cholera has invaded Haiti,
safe drinking water has become Haiti's most urgent public health
problem. Contaminated water is the main cause of cholera, which has
sickened 530,000 Haitians since late 2010 and killed more than 7,000.
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