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Lessons learned in Argentina helping Haiti cope with cholera

Drawing on experience from Argentina, where a cholera outbreak occurred in the mid-1990s, a three-part project in Haiti is focusing on educating people about the disease, training them in better farming practices and supplying vegetable seeds.
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I have worked with a program bringing vegetable seeds to the Haiti people. Very few were planted, most were eaten for food or traded at the market for food. Now I personally go door to door seeing the vegetable seeds are really planted.
posted by: Virginia (00:42:40 Wed 20th July 2011)

 

 

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