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Help Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic get clean water.

Mark Montonara

The Dominican Republic, located on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola (along with the country of Haiti), has a desperate need for safe water. Although only 900 miles from the world’s wealthiest nation, the people of the Dominican Republic require bottled or filtered water for drinking, hygiene, and sanitation. Unfortunately, the country’s poor populations do not have access to clean water sources or cannot afford the clean water that is available.

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