BBC: Toilets in Haiti and Circular Runways
“There are no sewers in Haiti. 26% of Haitians have access to a toilet, so a lot of the sewage ends up in the water supply. Currently, Haiti is battling the biggest cholera epidemic in recent history and thousands are dying. We travel there to meet a team of women who are trying to solve this massive problem.”
Listen to the interview at BBC World Service on March, 28 2017.
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