Haiti Water & Sanitation Solutions: Recent Posts

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Jacqueline

Every mom has hopes for their children. Jacqueline shared her powerful vision for her son's future with us, just after their community installed a new, safe water system.

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Here's to no more hospital trips

Since establishing a safe water point in Bayas, Haiti, Booz Jean-Michel is happy to report he no longer has to drive sick family and friends to the hospital for treatment. Now, his community enjoys safe water and better health.

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A Town Called Bèlanje

The people of Bèlanje, Haiti once collected unsafe water from an open spring each day; thankfully, less than one kilometer away, something happened that has changed their lives.

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Cooking with Water

Clean water isn't just the cornerstone of life, it's the foundation of a healthy, delicious meal.

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Building a Better Future

Every single day, an unsafe, open-air water point serves about 7,500 people living in the mountains surrounding Corail Thor, Haiti. Now, our local partner ASSODLO has begun building a simple, but transformative, gravity-fed, spring-cap complex.

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Edme's Long Walk
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Three-to-four times a day, Edme hikes nearly an hour round-trip to bring five gallons (about 40lb.) of unsafe water to her mountainous home.

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Jeanne Jacque's Story

[VIDEO] Once her town rallied together, and worked with Water.org to dig a well, everything changed for Jeanne Jacque and her children.

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Matt Damon and Gary White Ask For Your Help

On a recent trip to the field in Haiti, Water.org Co-Founders Matt Damon and Gary White took a brief moment to talk about this year's World Water Day, and they want you to get involved!

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Talking Haiti at Twitter HQ

Water.org was invited to talk at a lunch and learn event at Twitter headquarters after the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. Listen to CEO Gary White and learn how the water sector is responding to the crisis and rebuilding with a twist.

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