Leaked Internal U.N. Report Cites Poor Sanitation, Waste Disposal At Peacekeeping Bases In Haiti At Beginning Of 2010 Cholera Outbreak

The Guardian: Leaked U.N. report faults sanitation at Haiti bases at time of cholera outbreak
“…The U.N. has consistently refused to accept that it is responsible for compensating victims of the disaster. But the report, which was commissioned a month into the cholera crisis in November 2010, found a series of alarming problems in several U.N. peacekeeping bases including sewage being dumped in the open as well as a lack of toilets and soap…” (Clarke/Pilkington, 4/5).

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