Maroua, the capital of Far North Cameroon, is frequently affected by outbreaks of waterborne diseases.
Where large groups of people are displaced either by conflict or by natural disaster and they are likely to stay in a location for p
Water chlorination is widely used in emergency responses to reduce diarrheal diseases, although communities with no prior exposure t
The current Sphere guideline for water chlorination in humanitarian emergencies fails to reliably ensure household water safety in r
Supplying safe drinking water in humanitarian emergencies is critical, and source water chlorination is a commonly implemented inter
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Cholera has been eliminated as a public health problem in high-income countries that have implemented sanitation system separating t
Chlorine tablets are commonly distributed for household water treatment in emergencies.
The reliance on chlorination in humanitarian operations has raised concerns among practitioners about possible health risks associat
In August 2015, an outbreak of cholera was reported in Tanzania.