Via HaitiLibre.com: Drinking water system at the Jacmel prison. Excerpt:
Of a capacity of 20,000 liters per day, a water treatment by ultrafiltration, has been installed at the Jacmel prison. Funded by the Section Community Violence Reduction (CVR) of the Minustah, to the tune of U.S. $70,000, and set up by the NGO Life Giving Force (LGF), this facility will help to provide drinking water, continually and in the long term, to the administrative staff and inmates, and thus contribute to reduce significantly the risk of contamination by waterborne diseases.
The project is part of the fight against the spread of cholera in the Southeast department, including through the installation of such devices, in Multipurpose Centres of seven communes of the Southeast and in some detention centers in the country [Grand-Gosier, Belle-Anse, Marigot, Cayes-Jacmel, La Vallée, Bainet and Côte-de-Fer].