A Photographer’s Journey Into Haiti’s Cholera Crisis. National Geographic, December 13, 2016.
After Hurricane Matthew hit, a silent killer struck the fragile country—again
The same rains that were spreading cholera across southern Haiti were blocking Andrea Bruce from getting to the story.
The National Geographic photographer had arrived a few weeks after Hurricane Matthew struck the island in October to document a new surge of cholera cases spreading across some of the country’s most remote areas.
When Bruce reached the mountainous epicenter of the cholera crisis, a town called Rendel, she found crumbled homes, some with just a door frame or a single piece of furniture left standing. Residents were scrapping together small shacks from the rubble.
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