The 2010 outbreak of cholera in Haiti – which has since led to the deaths of at least 9,000 people and the sickness of 770,000 others – is understood to have resulted from the improper waste management of a United Nations base. Given REDRESS’ extensive experience in reparations law and practice, REDRESS has been invited to contribute to discussions as to how the UN should respond. This briefing paper provides a range of policy options to provide reparations for those affected by the outbreak, all of which reflect applicable international law and standards on reparations.