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UNICEF/UNI200138/Khuzaie
Evidence Reviews

Zimbabwe 2008-2009 Cholera Outbreak Crisis Review

This After Action Review (AAR) covered CARE’s responses to the Cholera Crisis in Zimbabwe from 2008 to 2009. The purpose of this AAR is to contribute to CARE’s understanding of...
CARE
2009
UNICEF/UNI128323/Dormino
Evidence Reviews

Cholera Outbreak Guidelines: Preparedness, Prevention and Control

This practical field guide brings together lessons learned from Oxfam’s past interventions in the prevention and control of cholera, and other related guidance. The aim is to provide a quick,...
Oxfam
2012
UNICEF/UN038071/LeMoyne
Briefings
Foresight Papers

Hurricane Matthew: Haiti Needs Vaccines to Stop Deadly Cholera Spreading

9,000 people died in Haiti’s last cholera outbreak. We must act fast in disaster-affected hotspots to help prevent history repeating itself.
The Guardian
2016
UNICEF/UNI121139/Dormino
Background Reports

Environmental Determinants of Cholera Outbreaks in Inland Africa: A Systematic Review of Main Transmission Foci and Propagation Routes

Cholera is generally regarded as the prototypical waterborne and environmental disease. In Africa, available studies are scarce, and the relevance of this disease paradigm is questionable. Cholera outbreaks have been...
Journal of Infectious Disease
2013
UNICEF/UNI155461/Maitem
Background Reports

Interaction between Climatic, Environmental, and Demographic Factors on Cholera Outbreaks in Kenya

Cholera remains an important public health concern in developing countries including Kenya where 11,769 cases and 274 deaths were reported in 2009 according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This...
BioMed Central
2013
UNICEF/UN043343/UNICEF/UNI35334/Pirozzi
Background Reports

The Case of Cholera Preparedness, Response and Prevention in the SADC Region: A Need for Proactive and Multi-Level Communication and Co-ordination

In this paper the authors seek to identify the most appropriate model for a regional co-ordination mechanism for cholera preparedness, response and prevention. The qualitative mixed-method data collection approach that...
African Journals Online
2011
UNICEF/UNI179605/Logan
Background Reports

Seasonality of Cholera from 1974 to 2005: A Review of Global Patterns

The seasonality of cholera is described in various study areas throughout the world. However, no study examines how temporal cycles of the disease vary around the world or reviews its...
BioMed Central
2008
UNICEF/UNI166880/Campeanu/WFP
Background Reports

Fuzzy Expert Systems and GIS for Cholera Health Risk Prediction in Southern Africa

Cholera (Vibrio cholerae) is endemic in southern Africa and frequently breaks out in epidemics along the eastern seaboard. Extensive resources are directed at combating cholera yet it remains a significant...
Environmental Modelling & Software
2007
UNICEF/UNI176936/Nesbitt
Background Reports

Historical Parallels, Ebola Virus Disease and Cholera: Understanding Community Distrust and Social Violence with Epidemics

In the three West African countries most affected by the recent Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak,resistance to public health measures contributed to the startling speed and persistence of this epidemic...
PLOS
2016
UNICEF/UNI179609/Logan
Foresight Papers

Water-Borne Cholera Outbreak in East Africa and the Middle East

Doctors are concerned that an outbreak of cholera, which began in 2015 and spread throughout east Africa and the Middle East, threatens to worsen with the upcoming rainy season.
Future Directions International
2016
UNICEF/UN02561/Schermbrucker
Evidence Reviews

Challenges of Post-Conflict Recovery!

This document highlights on issues of Peace Recovery Development Plan (PRDP) and health service delivery in northern Uganda.The report reviews an assessment surrounding the recent influx of asylum seekers and...
Refugee Law Project
2012
UNICEF/UN061104/Knowles-Coursin
Evidence Reviews

The Aftermath of Aid: Medical Insecurity in the Northern Somali Region of Ethiopia

This dissertation explores the lasting effects of recurrent temporary medical humanitarian operations through ethnographic research in communities, clinical facilities, nongovernmental aid organizations, and governmental bureaucracies in the northern Somali Region...
American University
2011
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