A $250 million claim to MINUSTAH on behalf of Haitian cholera victims

Forgiveness does not cure illness. At least this is what a group of Haitians believes when it comes to holding UN Peacekeeping force MINUSTAH accountable. The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) submitted so far a total of 5,000 claims to the to U.N. for damages totaling at least $250m on behalf of Haitian cholera victims.


Hey MINUSTAH, Padon Pa geri maleng tande!

This organization believes that if it can happen in other countries, why not in Haiti

This is serious business. If the Boston-based advocacy group, Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), ever collect this money that would help these Haitian families and their communities quite a lot. I am looking at more investmentment in prevention, and overall quality of the healthcare in those remote areas of Haiti.

Who would likely benefit from an evetual win of this lawsuit?

Would the families of these Cholera victims see this money?

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Frideny says...

I am a pure haitian, I understand that we have to claim our right but, what we gonna do with this money after we get it?

Can someone tell

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Joseph Pierre-louis says...

Un must give more money to my country and the victims.

Cholera is steal in my coutry.

I am a victim too because I afraid to my country.

.peyi a bezwen reparasyon o nivo sante chak jou moun ap mouri.


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