16-35 Segment 2: The Haitian Cholera Coverup

15240231 - port-au-prince - august 26: a haitian unidentified kid chewing a pouch packet of water on a hot afternoon, in port-au-prince, haiti on august 26, 2010.

 

Synopsis: Haiti was struck by a devastating cholera epidemic a few months after a disastrous earthquake hit. Eventually the UN and its peacekeeping groups were blamed for causing the outbreak, making a bad situation much worse. Experts discuss how it happened and lessons for future disaster recovery.

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