U.N., Aid Agencies Work To Contain Diarrheal Disease Outbreak Among Rohingya Refugees In Bangladesh

VOA News: Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh at Risk as Diarrheal Diseases Spread
“Aid agencies are scaling up efforts to contain an outbreak of diarrheal diseases that could have serious health consequences for many of the more than one-half million Rohingya refugees from Myanmar who are living in squalid, overcrowded conditions in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh…” (Schlein, 10/3).

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