World Bank pledges 50 million dollars for water and sanitation in Haiti

Clean drinking water, Haiti, World Bank

Haiti gets clean drinking water

Fifty million dollars have been pledged by the World Bank to improve safe water and sanitation and fight cholera in Haiti.

In 2010, 8,500 died and over 800,000 people were infected with the disease in the Caribbean country.

Bank president, Jim Yong Kim spoke at a donor conference in Washington D.C., which is inviting partners to fund the plan to eliminate cholera in Haiti. Read More