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NPMA Delegates Make Third Trip to Haiti

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Twenty-four delegates have left for Haiti, the third visit in NPMA's commitment to helping with pest management problems in Haiti.

| September 15, 2010

FAIRFAX, Va. - Twenty-four delegates have left for Haiti, the third visit in NPMA's commitment to helping with pest management problems in Haiti.  Delegates from across the United States and Canada will work at three local hospitals and assess the needs at one orphanage with reportedly huge pest pest problems.  Follow NPMA's blog at http://npmablog.wordpress.com.

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