ONE Foundation has donated more than $200,000 to provide salt and sustainable salt operations to Haiti over the past 10 years.  In partnership with the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and the Population (MSPP) and the University of Notre Dame Haiti Program developed a fortified salt production plant in Delmas, Haiti. The facility provides for the production of clean, iodized salt for the Haitian population by providing the nation’s first brine-wash facility. This equipment allows for local Haitian salt to be cleaned to food- grade quality prior to being fortified and packaged for consumption by the Haitian people. This Salt project seeks to eliminate iodine deficiency disorders in Haiti and stop the transmission of Lymphatic filariasis through ongoing mass drug administration efforts. Iodine deficiency causes several health problems, including goiter and intellectual impairment in children. Filariasis, also known as elephantiasis, is a parasitic disease that causes enormous swelling of the limbs and genitals.