Elange St. Elian holds his cholera stricken son Feguerson,3, in front of the clinic in St. Denis. He was waiting in front of the clinic since 6 in the morning Doctors Without Borders transported them to their hospital in Petite Riviere, 20 minutes away. With a cholera outbreak in full swing drinking water is more precious than ever. Climate change has made conditions for cholera more hospitable. In the case of Haiti Bangladeshi UN troops were responsible for the reintroduction of the disease here, however with global travel the disease can spread to any country where the conditions are right to support it. Haiti, 2010.

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