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25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported access to the preferred water source has not been possible due to safety fears (according to REACH AOK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported no one used a latrine (according to REACH AOK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported the major health problem was malaria (according to REACH AoK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported there was a borehole present (according to REACH AoK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported the accessible borehole was not functional (according to REACH AoK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported the major health problem was typhoid, cholera or diarrhoea (according to REACH AoK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported preferred water source is available during both wet and dry seasons (according to REACH AOK data)

25 May 2018 description

*Proportion of assessed settlements that reported animals consume the same source of drinking water as people (according to REACH AoK data)

08 May 2018 description
infographic UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster

Needs - key facts:

REACH has continued to provide its indicative county-level coverage through the "Area of Knowledge" assessments of settlements in 9 out of the former 10 States. As of the end of March 2018, REACH has conducted interviews in 715 settlements, within 44 of the 79 counties.

19 Apr 2018 description
infographic UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster

Cholera inter-season: In 2018 still no reported cholera cases as per week 14 after the end of the outbreak declaration. In 2016/2017 a total of 20,438 cholera cases with 436 deaths (CFR=2.13%) were reported during 85 weeks of outbreak started on June 2016.

09 Apr 2018 description
infographic UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster

Cholera inter-season:

In 2018 still no reported cholera cases as per week 14 after the end of the outbreak declaration. In 2016/2017 a total of 20,438 cholera cases with 436 deaths (CFR=2.13%) were reported during 85 weeks of outbreak started on June 2016.

05 Apr 2018 description
infographic UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster

Cholera inter-season:

In 2018 still no reported cholera cases as per week 12 after the end of the outbreak declaration. In 2016 / 2017 a total of 20,438 cholera cases with 436 deaths (CFR=2.13%) were reported during 85 weeks of outbreak started on June 2016.