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Haiti Cholera Response: Stories from the Field, Part 3

On one beautiful sunny day, we passed by a group of people under an awning. At first, I thought they might be gathering after a church service. Only as we passed did I realize they sat facing a coffin. Fifteen minutes after passing this congregation, we came upon another group of people dressed in white Read More >

Posted on by Molly McCollom4 Comments

Haiti Cholera Response: Stories from the Field, Part 2

  When I was in high school I studied French and learned about French-speaking countries. Haiti was one of them, and I always thought that one day I would visit this beautiful country as a vacation destination. I never, ever thought I would be part of a response like the one currently underway in Haiti Read More >

Posted on by Araceli Rey16 Comments

Haiti Cholera Response: Stories from the Field, Part 1

“Cholera has an interesting personality.” That’s what I told my friends when they asked why I was going to Haiti to help with CDC’s cholera outbreak response. Understandably, they were worried I might get sick. Like my friends, most people don’t know much about cholera, so they assume it’s a big, bad bug. And it Read More >

Posted on by Emily McCormick21 Comments

Celebrating National Drinking Water Week 2010

Most of us don’t stop to think about the importance of a safe and reliable water supply, but imagine what life would be like if drinking tap water meant putting yourself at risk for a serious (or even deadly) illness – or if the tap was dry. National Drinking Water Week, sponsored by the American Read More >

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