Home Tags Cholera outbreak

Tag: cholera outbreak

How The UN Caused A Massive Cholera Outbreak In Haiti

AFRICANGLOBE - The cholera outbreak in Haiti is the UN's Watergate, except with far fewer consequences for the people responsible and an immeasurably more disastrous real-world impact. And an exchange of letters between three UN special rapporteurs and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon late last year shows that the world body is still shielding itself from scrutiny.

When Will The UN Pay For Its Crimes In Haiti? When...

AFRICANGLOBE - Since 2010 the UN has been dodging responsibility for a cholera outbreak that has killed 8,500 Haitians and sickened more than 700,000. Nepalese soldiers with the UN “peacekeeping” forces caused the outbreak by allowing their sewage to leak into Haiti’s largest river. According to the UN itself, cholera could kill 2,000 more people in 2014.

UN Peacekeeping Troops Blamed for Cholera Outbreak – Report

AFRICANGLOBE - The United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) should be held accountable for the outbreak of Cholera that has killed more than 7,000 people since October 2010, according to a new report released here.

UN Refuses to Compensate Cholera Victims in Haiti

AFRICANGLOBE - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says that the United Nations will not compensate families affected by the 2010 cholera outbreak in Haiti that has claimed thousands of lives, despite evidence that the organization was responsible for the outbreak. U.N. spokesman Martin Nesirky said that the UN cannot be held accountable due to an international agreement that grants the organization immunity in such cases.

The United Nation’s Role in Haiti’s Cholera Outbreak

AFRICANGLOBE - Just over 2 years have passed since the Haiti's cholera outbreak which started its deadly march killing 7,568 people and infecting 600,885