A second disaster unfolded on Sunday in northern Mozambique in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth as raging flood waters killed one person and began to cut off the region’s main city from the outside world. Some 160,000 people were at…
By Farai Mutsaka, Associated Press
The U.N. is reporting the number of suspected cholera cases has doubled in March over previous months.
By Ahmed Al-Haj, Associated Press
A second person in Mozambique has died from cholera, which causes acute diarrhea and is spread by contaminated food and water.
By Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, Associated Press
The cholera cases have been discovered in the port city of Beira, whose half-million residents and especially those in crowded, poor neighborhoods are at particular risk.
By Associated Press
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
Cholera, which is spread by contaminated food and water, is a major concern for the hundreds of thousands of cyclone survivors living in squalid conditions.
By Sarah Derouin, Scientific American
Back in May 2017 a team of scientists used satellite information to predict an outburst of cholera in Yemen.
By PBS NewsHour
More than three years into civil war, the Yemeni people are suffering from the fastest-spreading cholera epidemic in history, while millions are on the brink of famine -- a crisis worsened by a Saudi blockade. William Brangham reports and Judy…
A brutal, three-year civil war in Yemen has drawn in regional and global powers, led to the fastest growing cholera epidemic and, perhaps soon, famine. A Saudi coalition is lifting a recent blockade on the country after aid groups warned…
By Larisa Epatko
“At one hospital, we visited children who can barely gather the strength to breathe,” U.N. agency leaders said in a joint statement.
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