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Accountability by the powerful is the cornerstone of human rights, which is why the cholera movement is so important. If the U.N. acknowledges its responsibility to Haitians, it will set an example that resonates around the world, where hundreds of millions struggle for access to the most basic of rights. Will UN finally take responsibility for cholera outbreak in Haiti?
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Regional Coalition on Water and Sanitation for the Elimination of Cholera in the Island of Hispaniola from PAHO on Vimeo.

Regional Coalition on Water and Sanitation for the Elimination of Cholera in the Island of Hispaniola

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Those fleeing the fighting end up in camps that are already home to tens of thousands of people displaced by previous rounds of fighting between the army and rebel groups. The camps are crowded, food is scarce and disease common.

Eastern Congo: “We are Forced to Flee Every Two Months”

Those fleeing the fighting end up in camps that are already home to tens of thousands of people displaced by previous rounds of fighting between the army and rebel groups. The camps are crowded, food is scarce and disease common.

Eastern Congo: “We are Forced to Flee Every Two Months”

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