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Clean water and rough roads: Fighting cholera in rural Haiti

Tom Mahin, a drinking water specialist, flew to Haiti to help Oxfam stem the spread of a cholera outbreak that has now reached every province of the country. He recounts some of the challenges he met. Men use a hand … Continue reading

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We’ve made progress in Haiti: NGOs | Canada | News | Toronto Sun

International development organizations are defending their efforts in Haiti, saying despite an unprecedented crisis, they’ve succeeded in their main mission of delivering emergency aid. “We have a duty to report our results,” admitted Oxfam-Quebec’s Michel Verret during a meeting of … Continue reading

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