A view of Terrain Toto
Dr. Evelyn D’graff and Nurse Marie Nicola Cadet, both PAHO-Haiti national staff, as guests during a radio program produced daily by IOM (International Organization for Migration) addressing issues such as cholera prevention, the importance of CTC/CTU's in your neighborhood as a life saving facility, the correct use of antibiotics, oral rehydration salts, properly cooking of food, use of soap and hand washing, and other sanitary measures of great relevance to prevent cholera.
The radio program was broadcast live nationally from a refugee camp in the heart of Port au Prince while the television segment, a co-production between PAHO and IOM is planned to be aired on November 14 as part of a 4 hours National Broadcast on Cholera Prevention that will include both pre-recorded and life segments
Dr. D’graff and Nurse Marie Nicola Cadet interacted spontaneously with the audience that consisted mainly of children. The morning show closed with a more in depth cholera interview in French and Creole.