The Total Sanitation Campaign in Haiti
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The Total Sanitation Campaign is a joint initiative between the Government of Haiti and the United Nations to improve water and sanitation conditions across the country.
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UN ‘responsible’ to tackle Haiti cholera

UN ‘responsible’ to tackle Haiti cholera | The Total Sanitation Campaign in Haiti | Scoop.it

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says the international body has a “moral responsibility” to help Haiti end a devastating cholera epidemic, which was allegedly brought to the Caribbean country by UN peacekeepers.

Ban made the remarks on Monday ahead of a visit to Haiti, during which he is scheduled to meet families affected by cholera.

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Cholera Battle ‘Slowly Being Won’, Secretary-General Says at Launch of Initiative in Haiti

Cholera Battle ‘Slowly Being Won’, Secretary-General Says at Launch of Initiative in Haiti | The Total Sanitation Campaign in Haiti | Scoop.it
Cholera Battle ‘Slowly Being Won’, Secretary-General Says at Launch of Initiative in Haiti, Urging Broader Focus on Safe Drinking Water, Adequate Sanitation
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UN News - In Haiti, Ban calls for greater efforts to improve water and sanitation, end cholera epidemic

UN News - In Haiti, Ban calls for greater efforts to improve water and sanitation, end cholera epidemic | The Total Sanitation Campaign in Haiti | Scoop.it
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for intensified efforts to ensure access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation in Haiti, as he launched a new United Nations-supported initiative and met with families affected by cholera.
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UNICEF supports community mobilization to stop spread of cholera in Haiti

UNICEF correspondent Bob Coen reports on community mobilization efforts to prevent cholera in Haiti, a year after the earthquake. For more information, pleas...
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