Performers in a Port-au-Prince camp
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Learning to prevent spread of cholera in Haiti camps

The Haitian government is working to prevent a cholera outbreak in the north-west of the country moving to the capital Port-au-Prince.

More than a million people are still living in camps in the city, following January's earthquake.

The BBC's Laura Trevelyan visited the biggest camp in the capital, where trained actors are holding performances to inform people about the disease.

  • 27 Oct 2010
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