Posts Tagged Cholera

Aid Continues in Haiti as Cholera Outbreaks Climb

This week, Direct Relief responded to an urgent request for medical supplies to treat patients in Cap Haitian, Haiti’s second largest city […]

Supplies Treat Rising Number of Cholera Cases in Haiti After Sandy

Medicines and supplies contained in Direct Relief’s pre-positioned hurricane modules in Haiti continue to be in high demand following Hurricane Sandy as […]

Haiti Hospitals Receive Sandy Relief

On Saturday, Direct Relief International distributed a five-pallet hurricane module to its longtime partner Visitation Hospital in Petite Riviere de Nippes in […]

Hurricane Sandy: Fighting the Spread of Cholera in Haiti

While Direct Relief USA reaches out to clinics on the East Coast, we continue to assess and respond to needs in Haiti […]

Hurricane Sandy Floods Hospitals in Haiti

Staff and partners in Haiti are reporting heavy rains, winds, and flooding as a result of Hurricane Sandy, which has reached Category […]

Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic Update

Today the NY Times ran an article about Haiti’s cholera epidemic, a disease that’s spread through fecal contamination of water. Before Haiti’s devastating earthquake on January […]