Cholera Vaccine Succeeds in Haiti
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Dr. Paul Farmer writes on the inequities of healthcare funding in "Who Lives and Who Dies," published February 5, 2015, in the London Review of Books.
Elizabeth Campa, director of WASH and Protection programming at our Haitian sister organization Zanmi Lasante, reflects on the importance of water, soap, and infrastructure in low-resource settings.
In a new editorial, Dr. Paul Farmer and colleagues write that slowing climate change is critical to protecting human rights.
Dr. Ralph Ternier described progress and need in eliminating cholera in Haiti.
With effective prevention and treatment, cholera cases have declined but still persist.
Dr. Patrick Almazor, a Haitian physician with Zanmi Lasante, reflects on three years of cholera in Haiti.
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s special section on cholera in Haiti includes work from PIH’s Dr. Louise Ivers.
Pragmatically, a human rights approach works better because it confronts difficult, interconnected problems with significant solutions, not small, cheap interventions.