Help victims hold UN to account. In mid-October 2010, the worst cholera epidemic in the world erupted in Haiti. Numerous scientists, including a panel of experts appointed by the United Nations (UN), have documented that UN peacekeepers with the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) introduced cholera to Haiti by improperly disposing of sewage into Haiti’s largest river.
Before 2010, not a single life had been lost to cholera. In the last six years, over 9,393 people have died, and over 785,000 have fallen ill.
Please visit the Face Justice website for more details on how you can help take action by demanding justice for the Haitian people.
September 20: UN General Assembly, protest at Haiti UN base
September 26, 2016: Deadline for interfaith letter signers. Click here for more details.
October 10-14: Renewal of MINUSTAH mandate by UN Security Council
October 19: 6th anniversary of cholera epidemic
More information on the #EndHaitiCholera campaign.