water-connects-us.org - October 12th 2010. Over 800 people have already died in the cholera epidemic in Haiti. At least 10 of those in the capital Port-au-Prince. That means thousands more will almost certainly die too. All these deaths are unnecessary. Cholera is easily treated, if you have the right people and the right drugs in the right place at the right time. Haiti in the hurricane season is a disaster waiting to happen. Why was not enough done?
Jim from econnexus.org gets ready to explain to the World MoneyShow in London that trillions of dollars of taxpayer's money would be better spent on feeding the world's hungry and getting clean water to the world's thirsty than paying big bonuses to the world's bankers.
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