Nashville Based Mobile Medical Disaster Relief Provides Clean Water to Haiti

Nashville based non profit, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org is providing clean water to Haiti. The people of Haiti, recently listed as the poorest country in the world, have no access to clean water. Their wells, streams and cisterns are contaminated by e. coli, salmonella and cholera. Nashville, TN based, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief seeks to change that in the area of Thomazeau, Haiti.

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Collecting water from a contaminated well

Mothers in Thomazeau, Haiti will no longer have to fill their baby's bottle with dirty foul smelling water.

David Vanderpool, MD
CEO of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) October 12, 2012

Nashville based non profit, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org is providing clean water to Haiti. The people of Haiti, recently listed as the poorest country in the world, have no access to clean water. Their wells, streams and cisterns are contaminated by e. coli, salmonella and cholera.

Nashville, TN based non profit, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, seeks to change that in the area of Thomazeau, Haiti.

Using filtration devices and chlorinators, MMDR plans to give all 200,000 people in this area access to clean water.

Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, a not for profit company, is funded in part by the social entrepreneurial company, LAVE MD, http://www.lavemd.com. LAVE MD provides state of the art medical solutions to varicose veins and various cosmetic issues.


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