The Intervention Point: Cholera Prevention in Urban and Rural Bangladesh

Majumder, Maimuna Shahnaz

Annually, 3 to 5 million individuals contract cholera, an acute diarrheal infection that is caused by ingestion of food or water that contains the Vibrio cholerae bacteria. Because cholera is a waterborne disease, it can be transmitted quickly in environments with inadequate sewage and sanitation systems where infected waste can easily contaminate drinking water. The adequacy of water... read more

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