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January 18, 2010
Charleston-based Water Missions International has ramped up its ongoing relief efforts in Haiti after last week's devastating earthquake. Fortunately, their full-time staff in Port-au-Prince survived the 7.0 quake unscathed and are already mobilized. According to the WMI website, five water treatment systems, the first of 10, were loaded onto a truck and shipped off to Haiti this morning. The remaining five will leave Charleston at 5 p.m.
To learn more about the Haiti relief effort and donate, click here: http://www.watermissions.org/