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Fears are mounting that a cholera outbreak in and around Juba, which has already killed nine people and reportedly infected another 188, will spread, says Christian Aid.
Faith and civic aid and development agencies in the USA have welcomed the UN Secretary-General’s “Initiative for the Elimination of Cholera in Haiti”.
Christian Aid partner organisations in Sierra Leone are scaling up their community health work in response a cholera epidemic with more than 11,500 cases
Farmers in north-western Haiti are likely to lose a significant portion of their rice harvest due to fears of cholera contamination in ther paddy fields.
Three months after floods began in Pakistan, aid agencies are concerned that 99 cases of cholera across the country have now been publicly confirmed.
Christian Aid has released £50,000 to its partner, Zimbabwe Project Trust. The partner, known as ZimPro, aims to reduce the vulnerability of 15,000 urban poor in Harare
As the cholera outbreak and the worsening situation in Zimbabwe keeps the country in the news headlines, Tim Nafziger joins an interview with Arthur Mutambara, the leader of the smaller faction of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
Christian Aid partner organisations in Zimbabwe are responding to the cholera outbreak which is now affecting the entire country. 12,000 cases have been reported.
If you are looking for an unusual gift to give, but something that is also going to do some good, then why not give a toilet through Christian Aid's Present Aid scheme? Visit Christian Aid's Present Aid site here
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