Cholera outbreak continues, let us see what is the source of the epidemic in Haiti.
Ill have 57 thousand people, and the number of deaths has exceeded 1, 3000. Cholera is an acute intestinal infection that causes severe diarrhea, leading to dehydration. The disease is spread with lightning speed in the absence of an adequate level of health standards and the supply of clean drinking water. Collected in this release images allow us to estimate the scale of unsanitary conditions that reigns in the capital, Port-au-Prince.
Residents of Port-au-Prince are bathed in a littered channel. Local residents accused of spreading cholera peacekeepers from Nepal. Waste from this base merged into a nearby river.
The trading market in Port-au-Prince, which sold among other things, meat, located next to the dump. Vibrio fetus lives in dirty water and dirty food.
Girl quenches thirst alongside the canal clogged garbage in downtown Port-au-Prince. The bacteria are found in water bodies, so doctors explain to people that drink untreated water is strictly prohibited.
A woman collects water to rinse the counter, from which she sells meat. Not so long ago the country was Hurricane "Thomas", which is clearly complicated the situation, causing problems with water.
A resident of Port-au-Prince took out a bulb filled with water and debris-strewn streets. The country is almost completely destroyed, so many Haitians clean water practically inaccessible.