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Captured three years after Haiti’s devastating earthquake, this February 2013 photograph depicted a scenario taking place at a Trianon, Haiti community spring source. These two men represented Haiti’s National Directorate for Drinking Water and Sanitation (DINEPA). In this particular view, these DINEPA technicians were in the process of performing tests on water samples obtained from the spring, in order to determine their chlorine concentration. Here, one tech was observing two samples, looking for the appropriate color change in the presence of chlorine. With Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) support, 54 of the 270 Drinking Water and Sanitation Technicians, or TEPAC (Techniciens en Eau Potable et en Assainissement pour les Communes) across Haiti, work for, and are equipped with motorcycles and testing equipment, and salaried through DINEPA.
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