Staff Neurosurgeon, Emory Clinic;
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent; Exec Prod/Writer of TNT's medical drama Monday Mornings
2748 days ago
5a.slums of port au prince. no water supply system here, these kids are it. 5 gallon tubs, over 40#, 10 times/day. so hard.
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Puts things in perspective...
Oh this is so sad. I wish I could help. :(
Thanks for bringing this up but I want draw your attention to the fact this not only happening in Haiti but most parts of the world, and Ghana is one of such places. I would have wished same was highlited when Anderson visited Ghana with the pres
Wow this is amazing, i am glad u'r shedding light on this issue. we living in North American are so clueless to world issues.
It reminds me of the neighboring country of Dominican Republic.. some beautiful tourists spots and some outright slums. That of course is true for much of the world.. thank you for not just TALKING about it but being there and bringing some attention to
There is way to solve this problems but,hi you only can talk,write and and advice.I learn that,it is so easy to advice people these days with less actions.
It is not only in slums of port au prince.Many places in India,people are living without water,without electricity and without food even.I've experience and still couldn't do anything about it.there is always politics involve.Selfish Corrupted and sucker,
Yep, thats why we dig boreholes. Trouble is sometimes the undergroung water table gets contaminated by sewage and uggg.... If instead of handing all the millions in aid over to corrupt middle men, reps would do like Oprah and get to the village communitie
wow thats really sad. is this what all of haiti looks like?
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