Household members of diarrhea patients are at higher risk of developing diarrheal diseases (>100 times for cholera) than the gene
Despite documented health benefits of household water treatment and storage (HWTS), achieving sustained use remains challenging.
Engaging communities in humanitarian programming is key to ensuring their participation in decision-making that affects them as outl
After the 2015 earthquake in Nepal that killed approximately 9,000 people, the country faced an increased risk of cholera outbreaks
There are increasing numbers of people affected by natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and conflict.
Handwashing practices prove to be an effective and easy way of ensuring the health of populations affected by emergencies and humani
After the Ebola outbreak was declared in Sierra Leone, in June 2014, early messages about the high mortality rate of Ebola were met
Diarrhea and acute respiratory infections account for nearly 30% of deaths among children displaced by humanitarian emergencies.