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18 Sep 2017 description
The majority of victims are displaced women and girls. The figures represent only part of the situation, as monitoring mechanisms are in place only in a few sites, out of 140 displacement locations.
18 Sep 2017 description
A Cholera Response and Prevention Plan has been developed to address the immediate needs of 3.7 million people who could be affected by the outbreak in Borno state.
15 Sep 2017 description
Information from interviews and biometric registration is shared to guide humanitarian partners in providing direct, impactful assistance to the neediest.
09 Sep 2017 description
As the outbreak escalates, WHO is also scaling-up its response framework by deploying a team of already trained field volunteers, LGA facilitators, and mobile health teams.
01 Sep 2017 description
Following heavy rains, Muna Garage camp is partly flooded, making the already poor sanitation even worse. MSF is scaling up its ongoing efforts to prevent further deaths in Maiduguri.
30 Aug 2017 description
A total of 69 cases including 5 deaths have been reported so far in the outbreak at Muna Garage, a camp on which is home to 44 000 people displaced by conflict and famine.
04 Aug 2017 description
Some 3.7 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Borno state, and all are at risk for malaria. WHO estimates that every week, around 8500 people are infected with the disease in the state alone.
21 Jul 2017 description
The rainy season coincides with the peak of malaria and increased malnutrition rates. MSF is deploying a mobile team to deliver medical and humanitarian support in Rann, Banki and Damasak over the coming months.
19 Jul 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund
As humanitarians reach at least 10 million people each month in the 4 countries, UNICEF calls for further international efforts to save nearly 1.4 million children at imminent risk of death.
03 Jul 2017 description
report Oxfam
Hundreds of thousands are living in camps without adequate water access or waste management. Typhoid, cholera, malaria and hepatitis E tend to become more widespread in the rainy season.