U.N. Migration Agency Deploys Rapid Response Team To Address Cholera Outbreak In South Sudan

U.N. News Centre: Amid spreading cholera outbreak, U.N. migration agency aids South Sudanese
“United Nations humanitarian workers are responding to a growing cholera outbreak in Ayod, the Greater Upper Nile region of South Sudan, one of multiple counties throughout the country where the disease has spread since June 2016. The U.N. International Organization for Migration (IOM) said it deployed a rapid response team to Jonglei late last month, to support local health partners and try to contain the outbreak…” (5/10).

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