Chlorine dispensers in rural Nippes are helping people ensure their water is clean.
In Artibonite, one of the areas in Haiti where cholera has hit hardest, volunteer-staffed centers that distribute oral rehydration solutions are making it easier for people to get the help they need.
With new wells, Haitians in rural regions of the country can get access to clean water--essential in preventing the spread of the deadly waterborne disease.
First trip to Haiti shows promise and tragedy in a country withstanding cholera and rebuilding from an earthquake.
Hurricane Tomas created the perfect conditions for cholera, a deadly waterborne disease, to thrive.
Oxfam worries that all the rain Hurricane Tomas dumped across the country could make the fight against waterborne disease more challenging.
On Sunday, Julie Schindall, an Oxfam press officer, traveled to Haiti's cholera-stricken province of Artibonite with numbers on her mind: Only half of the the country's population had access to clean drinking water before the January 12 earthquake. Here's her account.
For Miami's Haitian community, Haiti is still home. And even in the face of enormous challenges, they believe their country will emerge stronger.
I realized it had been an important day for Emile, too: He was beginning to understand the context of people's lives, how they cope, and the importance of supporting them when their options run out.