Aid Organizations Work To Prevent Widespread Cholera Outbreak In Cyclone-Hit Northern Mozambique

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Aid workers race to contain cholera outbreak in cyclone-hit Mozambique
“Aid workers were on Tuesday racing to contain a cholera outbreak in northern Mozambique after a powerful cyclone contaminated water sources and damaged health clinics. … Reported cases of cholera in the province have risen almost five-fold to 64 since the outbreak was officially declared on May 2, according to the United Nations…” (Bhalla, 5/7).

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