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Doctors care for children who are patients at an IRC diarrhea treatment center in Yemen

What is cholera?

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.

ArticleDecember 21, 2017
Young boy washes hands

A village comes together to end cholera

With help from the IRC, the small rural community of Monleu, Ivory Coast was able to stop the spread of cholera.

ArticleOctober 15, 2015
A health workers writes notes as he examines a child sitting on his father's lap

Follow a mobile health team treating children in Yemen's remotest villages

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.

ArticleOctober 16, 2018

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