U.N. Needs Immediate Effective Strategy To Eliminate Cholera In Haiti

American Council on Science and Health: Haiti Needs A Plan To Eradicate Cholera — The U.N. Cannot Wait One. More. Day.
Julianna LeMieux, senior fellow in molecular biology at the American Council on Science and Health, discusses the immediate need for the U.N. to financially support and implement a strategy to eliminate cholera in Haiti. She discusses a draft of a strategy called “The National Plan for the Elimination of Cholera in Haiti,” which includes four main points: providing rapid response, effectively treating cholera patients, vaccinating Haiti’s population, and increasing and maintaining access to clean water (10/10).

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