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Haitians use a creak to get their water and bathe in Cabaret, a small town north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The lack of clean water and sanitation has made Haiti ripe for the spread of cholera, an epidemic that claimed over 2000 lives in the first two months.
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Cholera Outbreak, Haiti Water
Haitians use  a creak to get their water and bathe in Cabaret, a small town north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The lack of clean water and sanitation has made Haiti ripe for the spread of cholera, an epidemic that claimed over 2000 lives in the first two months.