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Taking every precaution

  |   Cholera Response

Project Medishare’s certified prosthetic orthotist (CPO) Davor Krchelich works to make a hand washing bucket. The Ministry of Health has asked Hospital Bernard Mevs Project Medishare (HBMPM) to make room for cholera patients should the outbreak hit Port-au-Prince. While there have been no cholera cases at HBMPM, staff are preparing for the worst. Hand washing stations will be set up at strategic points around the hospital to help patients and staff stay safe from spreading cholera should a case be admitted to the hospital. Photo by Jennifer Browning.