Victims of cholera received treatment at a cholera center in Anse D’Hainault, Haiti, in 2016. The U.N. said Hurricane Matthew had increased the risk of a “renewed spike” in the number of cholera cases.
Victims of cholera received treatment at a cholera center in Anse D’Hainault, Haiti, in 2016. The U.N. said Hurricane Matthew had increased the risk of a “renewed spike” in the number of cholera cases. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
Victims of cholera received treatment at a cholera center in Anse D’Hainault, Haiti, in 2016. The U.N. said Hurricane Matthew had increased the risk of a “renewed spike” in the number of cholera cases. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

Haiti U.N. protest continues as government cancels participation in cholera meeting

February 28, 2018 08:54 PM