View of the tents where the children are sleeping in Children's Village Santo after the earthquake.
Two girls and two boys with a plastic bag, smiling - CV Santo after the earthquake.
Aid agencies in Haiti are taking steps to reduce the risk of epidemics that could sweep through the densely populated tent camps in Port-au-Prince. Their goal: to improve sanitation. The U.N. says it wants to install 25,000 pit privies around the capital. As of now, the number is closer to 1,000.
The above is a quote from a great radio programme by Melissa Block, who hosts the NPR News show All Things Considered. Melissa was investigating provisions to people in Haiti. It is pretty interting to listern to to get an idea of the scale of the aid required and the type of air required. Here is an extract of the show: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=123821359