Haiti Support Group

Haiti 1yr free of confirmed cholera cases. The risk remains, however.

"Only when we ensure all Haitians enjoy access to clean water and sanitation can we breathe more freely.” - Dr. Carissa Etienne of PAHO.

Until introduced in 2010 by the UN, cholera was unknown in Haiti.

Paul Clammer@paulclammer

🇭🇹 Good news from Haiti: finally one year free of confirmed cholera cases, following the UN-introduced epidemic that killed almost 10,000 people https://reliefweb.int/report/haiti/haiti-reaches-one-year-free-cholera

Haiti by the numbers: 10 years later http://cepr.net/blogs/haiti-relief-and-reconstruction-watch/haiti-by-the-numbers-ten-years-later

Today we also came to pay our respects at the @TikiGrill @UHUKLondon commemoration event in West London, including a candlelit vigil, prayers & flowers laid in memory of the victims of the earthquake. Drums provided by Dance Carib of Acton

And yet, Haitians live. They have rebuilt their homes as best as they can. They have struggled through the cholera epidemic visited on them by the United Nations. Their survival despite incredible odds won't top the news today. But they will keep surviving nonetheless. #noula

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