Josette Sheeran, the former executive director of the World Food Program, WFP, has been tapped to lead the United Nation’s efforts to clean up cholera in Haiti by raising $400 million. She is the third senior U.N. official assigned the Haiti cholera portfolio.
Josette Sheeran, the former executive director of the World Food Program, WFP, has been tapped to lead the United Nation’s efforts to clean up cholera in Haiti by raising $400 million. She is the third senior U.N. official assigned the Haiti cholera portfolio. Andrew Medichini AP
Josette Sheeran, the former executive director of the World Food Program, WFP, has been tapped to lead the United Nation’s efforts to clean up cholera in Haiti by raising $400 million. She is the third senior U.N. official assigned the Haiti cholera portfolio. Andrew Medichini AP

With little money to combat cholera in Haiti, U.N. names new fundraising chief

June 20, 2017 01:19 PM

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