Lack of clean water exacerbates cholera outbreak in Haiti
- The legacy of US, UN intervention in Haiti. Klarreich, Kathie // Christian Science Monitor;3/30/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 89, p7
Part I. Focuses on the impact of the security intervention provided in Haiti by the United States and United Nations, and its effect on Parliamentary and local elections there.
- Time for Haitians to fix Haiti. Klarreich, Kathie // Christian Science Monitor;12/29/99, Vol. 92 Issue 25, p9
Discusses conditions in and the outlook for Haiti in light of the scheduled February 2000 withdrawal of United States military forces from the country.
- People. // Haiti Country Review;2009, preceding p84
The article presents the social overview of Haiti with respect of its population of approximately 8.5 million youth, 95 percent of which are between the age of six and 14.
- Human Development Index. // Haiti Country Review;2009, p86
The article presents the social overview of Haiti in terms of its Human Development Index (HDI) which is composed of various indicators such as education, longevity and economic standard.
- Status of Women. // Haiti Country Review;2009, p94
The article presents the social overview of Haiti, specifically the status of women, wherein their ability to have political and economic security and rights is undermined.
- Aid racket increases suffering. Smith, Ashley // Green Left Weekly;3/3/2010, Issue 828, p13
An excerpt from the Web site www.socialistworker.org is presented.
- Robert Allan Philips, M.D. Watten, Raymond H.; Morgan, Francis M.; Na Songkhla, Yachai // Annals of Internal Medicine;Feb77, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p154
Discusses the intravenous water therapy of cholera epidemic in Bangkok, Thailand. Total stool volumes during the treatment; Volume of intravenous fluids required to maintain hydration during the first 24 hours of treatment; Possible source of the epidemic.
- Erratum to: The mortality rates and the space-time patterns of John Snow-s cholera epidemic map. // International Journal of Health Geographics;11/16/2015, Vol. 14, p1
A correction to the article "The mortality rates and the space-time patterns of John Snow's cholera epidemic map" that was published in the previous issue is presented.
- Haiti measures progress one small step at a time. Lefevere, Patricia // National Catholic Reporter;08/29/97, Vol. 33 Issue 37, p13
Reports on the improvements in Haiti's social order as viewed by former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Reduction in the acts of violence; Stability of social order; Government's rejection of violence and vengeance; Release of state land for cultivation.