One of the biggest problems in Haiti is the lack of clean water. The infrastructure there wasn’t very good before the earthquake, but in the aftermath of the disaster, it’s even worse.
Today on WHAS/Louisville, I talked with Mark Hogg of Edge Outreach, which has ten members on the ground in Haiti to assemble water purification systems. They have already installed three of them around hospitals and other medical facilities, and are working on more. Hogg explained the conditions his crews have found in Haiti, and how they and other relief workers are surviving in a country with virtually no services available.