Haiti’s Cholera Victims Not Forgotten

Social Work, Film-Making & Haiti

Five years ago, nine months after the devastating 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti, the world watched as thousands of people were falling ill of a deadly disease. Soon, it was discovered that Haiti was experiencing a cholera epidemic. The world began to donate money to various organizations in hopes that they could help our Haitian brothers and sisters through this other devastating experience.

To date, with all the money that was donated, the research that had been done to determine the cause, the steps that were promised to be taken to help the people of Haiti, more than 8,600 lives have been lost. Still, the UN and the US Government continue to assert the UN’s immunity. Despite various independent studies proving that the cholera strain was brought into Haiti by the UN and that the UN’s poor disposal of their waste products led to the outbreak, the UN denies the…

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