MSF Establishes Cholera Treatment Center In Kenya’s Dadaab Refugee Camp After More Than 540 Sickened

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Cholera strikes 500 in Kenyan refugee camp amid heavy rains
“A cholera outbreak has sickened more than 540 people in Kenya’s largest refugee camp and killed seven in the last few weeks, the medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said, warning the epidemic could worsen due to heavy rains. MSF has set up a cholera treatment center in the sprawling Dadaab camp, which is home to some 350,000 refugees…” (Migiro, 12/17).

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