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LGF Haiti Installs Water Filtration System in Jacmel Prison

From the original article published in French on MINUSTAH’s official website: http://minustah.org/?p=34018 Since early Feburary, an apparatus for treating water by ultra filtration (UF) has been in operation at the Jacmel prison in the Southeast Department. Its installation was funded by the Community Violence Reduction (CVR) Section of MINUSTAH, and implemented by the NGO Life Giving […]

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0.3 Square Meters

0.3 square meters is the amount of space that each of the 1,300 inmates in the National Penitentiary in Port-au-Prince, Haiti have to themselves. They can’t sleep lying down. They drink disgusting untreated water from a well underneath the prison. They may be truly some of the most dispossessed and vulnerable in Haiti.

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