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Paul Biberstend, 6, is treated for cholera in treatment center run by Oganizasyon Sante Popilè (OSAPO) in Montrouis, Haiti. Cholera appeared on the quake-ravaged Caribbean island nation in late 2010. OSAPO's work is supported by Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and the Lutheran World Federation, both members of the ACT Alliance. In addition to treating people infected with cholera, OSAPO sends teams of health educators into urban and rural communities to provide education, distribute anti-bacterial soap and oral rehydration salts, and refer sick patients back to the OSAPO clinic...