There has to be preparation done clearing the rubble to prepare for the wells. Read on how this is beginning to take shape in Haiti.
In an effort to keep the spotlight on Haiti’s precarious public health sector, International Action has expanded its water and sanitation operations to include a rubble clearance project in the vicinities of water kiosks and fountains in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Noting that the January earthquake damaged many water stations, there is no doubt that removing the mountains of rubble is critical to the reconstruction and restoration of water infrastructure in the impoverished neighborhoods that lack access to clean water. Undoubtedly, the organization’s rubble clearance project was inspired by its continuous commitment to protect the public’s health from preventable waterborne diseases. It is currently serving more than 370,000 people in 39 locations with safe, potable water. Continue article: