Though the numbers have changed, the message is still simple: hundreds of thousands of Haitians have been infected with cholera and thousands have died from the disease.
Yet, Haiti is still left without water and sanitation infrastructure or reparations for the more than half a million victims of the cholera outbreak. Share this video on Facebook, follow the movement on twitter, and blog about it! The more awareness we create through social media, the more likely we can hold the UN responsible for its reckless actions in Haiti.
Below are the one-minute version of the video, in 5 different languages.
Click HERE to See more information about IJDH’s Cholera Accountability Project.