- Cholera quietly still kills dozens a month in Haiti
- Cholera was first detected in central Haiti's Artibonite Valley. Researchers say there is ample evidence the disease was introduced to the country's biggest river by inadequately treated sewage from a base of U.N.
- Haitian People: Let Us Recover Our Dignity
- Farmers in the Artibonite Valley, the producers of creole rice, protested, fought, cried out against this dumping and predicted the imminent economic catastrophe, the destruction of the Haitian rice market and many other food products.
- Flint and Haiti: A Tale of Two Rivers, a Tale of Two Crimes
- We made our way down the steep bank to the meandering river, Haiti's largest: the Artibonite. My friends warned me about the strong currents, and also about the dangerous spirits that lurk beneath the surface in deep parts, waiting to drag any wayward ...
- The United Nations: a tool of imperialism
- As a result, contaminated sewage was deposited in the Meille river, a tributary of the Artibonite, Haiti's longest and most important river.” (The Guardian, 11.3.
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