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UN admits role in Haiti cholera outbreak that killed 10,000 people

From RT
August 18, 2016

United Nations officials acknowledged, for the first time, the role peacekeepers played in the 2010 deadly cholera outbreak in Haiti that killed 10,000 people and sickened hundreds of thousands of others. 662 more words

Greetings from Ahépé!

Bonjour, family! Bonjour, friends! Bonjour, other trainees’ moms! I hope you are all enjoying your air conditioning and fish that isn’t smoked sardines! FREAKING SARDINES! I miss home, but I am having an amazing time in Ahépé, the Duluth of West Africa, a small village in the Maritime Region in Togo! 970 more words

Peace Corps

Good Communication Good Business

LBO Kim Null, 52, started his current successful latrine business as a mason for a concrete producer in late 2013. His wife and he are living with five children and two other relatives in Chambok Haer village, Puok commune, Pouk district, Siem Reap province. 400 more words

Latrine Business Owner

"We will remember you...when we use our toilets"

On my last day in San Antonio, we had a big ceremony to celebrate the new water tower, electric that has been installed in two homes… 726 more words

Hydromissions

A Day in the Life...

(or as my Guatemalteco friends say, “The Adventures of Cait” – Stick with me for this…it’s good)

I live in a house surrounded by walls. 582 more words

Hydromissions

World Water Day: Providing Jobs, Empowering Lives

In 2011, USAID/Zambia invested $18 million in a four-year WASH in Schools program that covered half the districts of Eastern Province and provided enough resources to meet the sanitation facility, water points, and hygiene education needs of the school population of those districts. 200 more words

WASH

DRC365 #75

Filming in the rain. Best laid plans often go awry. A day of filming was interrupted by a thunderstorm, but despite the interjecting lightning we carried on regardless and made the most of the opportunity.

Humanitarian Aid Work