The End of an Epidemic

 Reynald Louis Charles leads one of his cattle past a toilet at the abandoned UN base near Mirebalais, Haiti, where the 2010 cholera epidemic began. Photograph: Allison Shelley

How Haiti Curbed Cholera

10 years after UN Peacekeepers introduced cholera to Haiti, against all odds, Haiti’s cholera crisis now appears to be over.  A year without cholera is testament to the fearless and tireless work of Haitian health workers.

Read the full story at The Guardian. This story was made possible by a grant from The Pulitzer Center.