Cholera challenges Haitian mothers and babies

mother-and-son-at-unicef-baby-tent-in-haitiIn the cramped and squalid conditions of the tented city in Mais Gate, a camp for Haitians displaced by the January earthquake, baby Sebastian brings a sparkle to his mother Lucienne's eyes.
At 8 months, dribbling from cutting teeth and tipping the scales at a whopping 24 lbs., Sebastian is alert, sitting up, clambering over his mother and almost standing on his own. He is the Brutus in the baby tent, an example to the young mothers of a well-nourished, breastfed baby.
Lucienne gives credit for Sebastian's good health and growth to the nurses at the tent—which is run by the non-governmental organization Concern and supported by UNICEF.
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