Via ReliefWeb, OCHA has published Haiti: Cholera Snapshot (Published as of July 2014). Click through to download the infographic. The text:
Despite the diminution of suspected cases, the cholera epidemic is still an emergency in Haiti. Both Haitian and international efforts need to be pursued to eliminate the disease. Structural issues including water, sanitation and health systems, enable the persistence of cholera, acute diarrhea and other waterborne diseases. The UN reaffirms its commitment to work closely with national authorities and international partners to prevent the spread of the epidemic and scale up the response.
From October 2010 to date, around 703,000 suspected cholera cases and estimated 8,500 deaths were reported by the Ministry of Health. In 2014, 6,406 suspected cases and 45 fatalities have been registered. Compared to the same period in 2013, there is a 74 per cent reduction in the number of cases. In June 2014, 923 suspected cases and 9 fatalities were registered.