In 2016, Haiti suffered yet another natural disaster. Hurricane Matthew revealed what happens when natural disasters combine with poor sanitation and cholera — people die quickly, spreading disease as they flee. The storm killed an estimated 1600 people, but cholera, kept alive by open defecation in the slums and countryside, continues to haunt Haiti.
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation
BRA2017001C | Sanitation: Open Defecation