Peacekeepers from Nepal brought Cholera in Haiti
So far the the strongest evidence that the choleral outbreak in Haiti came from Peacekeepers from Nepal. Researchers used advanced sequencing, a new technology to confirm their finding. the cholera outbreak has so far sickened 428,785 people and killed 6,194 in Haiti.
Since the beginning of the cholera outbreak, suspicion focused on Nepalese soldiers serving in at a UN peacekeeping base where sewage was dumped into the Artibonite River.
Now that the evidence is here, are we expecting the UN to assume their responsibilities and compensate the people who were affected by Cholera in Haiti