The Atlantic Examines Haiti’s Ongoing Cholera Epidemic
The Atlantic: Haiti’s Unstoppable Outbreak
“…[Since 2010,] cholera has killed nearly 9,000 Haitians. More than 730,000 people have been infected. It is the worst outbreak of the disease, globally, in modern history. Hundreds of emergency and development workers have been working alongside the Haitian government for five years, trying to rid the country of cholera, and millions of dollars have been dispensed in the fight to eradicate it. But it’s still here. Why?…” (George, 7/12).