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2013 NHAHA CONFERENCE INFO - Due to some unforseen circumstances, we have decided to cancel our conference this year. We are sorry for the inconvenience.


Deplorable Conditions for Cholera Patients
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI, MARCH 12, 2013 - A lack of funds and supplies has crippled cholera treatment programs in Haiti, leading to unnecessary deaths and increasing the risk of greater outbreaks during the upcoming rainy season, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said today. Read more...


United Nations Denies Justice to Haiti Cholera Victims UN announces legal claims "not receivable" after 15 months of silence
February 21, 2013 - After fifteen months of sitting on legal claims submitted by 5,000 victims of cholera in Haiti, the United Nations (UN) announced today that the claims are "not receivable" because they concern "a review of political and policy matters."

"It is disgraceful that the UN will not even consider compensating the thousands of families who have lost their children, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters due to the UN's wrongdoing," said Mario Joseph, Av. of the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux, who is lead counsel for the victims who filed claims against the UN in November 2011. Read more...


For Haitians, Two Dramatic Tales of Hurricane Sandy
Most recently, the National Haitian American Health Alliance held its 9th annual conference, drawing the connection between health and solutions for 21st century Haiti. The irony is not lost on us when families from Haiti started to call us to see how we fared when hurricane Sandy hit New York. Haitians on the island were still reeling from the fury of the same storm the night of October 24. Read more...


Interview with DR. MAX ESSEX at Havard School Of Public Health
Haitians Dispel AIDS Myth with Harvard Researcher...


Haiti Grapples With Highest Cholera Rate In World
Just one year after the cholera epidemic emerged in Haiti, nearly half a million Haitians have contracted the disease and more than 6,000 have died form it. Michel Martin explores what cholera is, and how Haiti's government is making new efforts to tackle the crisis. She speaks with Miami Herald Caribbean Correspondent Jacqueline Charles and Dr. Louise Ivers, who lives in Haiti and works for Partners in Health. Read more...


Haiti's Health Partners Pledge Support for Plan to Improve Vaccination

Washington, D.C., 21 October 2011 (PAHO/WHO) - Representatives of key health organizations working in Haiti pledged this week to support new efforts to strengthen the country's immunization program, including by introducing new vaccines that could save thousands of lives each year. ... Read more...


Haiti turns to vaccinations a year after cholera struck
In a dramatic policy shift, Haiti has agreed to support a massive vaccination program to slow a cholera outbreak that has claimed more than 6,000 lives and sickened almost a half-million people.

Beginning in January, Boston-based Partners in Health will provide two dosages of the oral vaccine Shanchol to 100,000 Haitians living in two vulnerable communities: a neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, where potable water and latrines are luxuries, and to an isolated rural village in the lower Artibonite Valley region. Read more...


French Document - Version Française

Une Nouvelle Etude dément la Notion de plus grande prévalence du SIDA parmi les immigrants haïtiens. Lire la suite...

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