Chicago NPR Talks Cholera and Women’s Rights in Haiti
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Chicago NPR Talks Cholera and Women’s Rights in Haiti

IJDH Staff Attorney Beatrice Lindstrom and KOFAVIV Associate Director Malya Villard-Appolon speak about cholera accountability and gender-based violence in an hour-long NPR show about Haiti. Joining them are Dr. Ludovic Comeau of GRAHN-World, and Dr. Evan Lyon of Partners in Health. Bringing perspectives from the legal, medical and economic development fields, they answered questions like: What might happen now that Ban Ki-moon said the UN bears a moral responsibility to eliminate cholera, and What impact are grassroots organizations having on rapes in Haiti?Listen Here »