More Support Needed For Water, Sanitation Efforts In Haiti, U.N. Official Says

The Guardian: Cholera epidemic in Haiti ‘poses major threat to Latin America and Caribbean’
“Haiti needs a ‘Marshall plan’ for water and sanitation to quell a cholera epidemic which poses a major threat to the Caribbean and Latin America, according to the U.N. assistant secretary general. Pedro Medrano Rojas, who is coordinating the response in Haiti, is visiting European capitals this week to drum up support for the faltering effort to deal with an epidemic that has killed 8,540 since 2010 and infected almost 700,000 people…” (Tran, 3/7).