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Widespread drought, food insecurity and conflict across East Africa and Yemen have led to a mass displacement of people. Refugee camps are overcrowded and lack clean water, sanitation and health care, conditions that have nurtured a deadly cholera outbreak, putting millions at risk.
With help from the IRC, the small rural community of Monleu, Ivory Coast was able to stop the spread of cholera.
IRC mobile health teams in war-torn Yemen are delivering lifesaving medical services to people living in remote mountainous regions. Follow one team on its weekly journey to the village of Mosuk to treat malnourished children, many suffering from cholera.
Tuesday, Dec. 19 marks 1,000 days since the beginning of the war in Yemen, a country which is now suffering from the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with a near-famine and the largest cholera outbreak in modern history.