National Public Radio (NPR)

NPR has continued to report about cholera in Haiti through radio broadcasts.  NPR explains how the cholera epidemic is not currently in the news because the outbreak has subsided in the dry season.  However, there are predictions that cholera cases will increase dramatically when the wet season begins later this year.  NPR included information and interviews with Partners in Health, the leading nonprofit organization involved in Haiti.

To listen to NPR broadcasts of the cholera outbreak in Haiti, please click below:

Can Vaccines Break Cholera’s Deadly Hold on Haiti?

Walton Discusses Aftermath of Haiti Quake

Haiti: Reflections on Overcoming 2 Years of Disaster