WASH Resource Shortfall Continues In Haiti Despite Some Improvements In Public Health, MMWR Report Shows

CIDRAP News: Cholera still issue despite Haiti’s public health progress
“The public health infrastructure in Haiti has somewhat improved since the 2010 earthquake and the massive cholera outbreak that followed, but there’s still a big shortfall in resources to improve the country’s water and sanitation systems enough to eliminate the disease from the country, according to a report [published Thursday] in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Haiti’s health ministry…” (Schnirring, 2/19).

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