Why Can't Anyone Get Haiti's Cholera Outbreak Under Control?
An epidemic broke out in 2010—and even after years of working to curb the spread of the disease, it's still killing people. Five years on, cholera has killed nearly 9,000 Haitians. More than 730,000 people have been infected. It is the worst outbreak of the disease, globally, in modern history. Hundreds of emergency and development workers have been working alongside the Haitian government for five years, trying to rid the country of cholera...