Cholera epidemic killed 132 people and infected over 15,000 in Haiti in 2014
Here is a map of Haiti showing the areas must affected by the Cholera epidemic. It is estimated thag it killed 132 people and also it is estimated that over 15,000 people were infected in Haiti in 2014.
Cholera still Major Threat to Haitians
Haiti's cholera epidemic has yet to be tamed, claiming 132 lives in 2014 and afflicting 14,869 others. A considerable increase in cholera cases in Port-au-Prince has been occurring due to heavy rains, with 2,000-plus victims needing emergency hospitalization in the last two months.
The problems are no availability to clean water and toilets; no recovery beds; and no urgent care facilities. The bottom line Medecins Sans Frontieres says is "Haiti's health system still can't meet the needs of cholera patients."