The Intervention Point: Cholera Prevention in Urban and Rural Bangladesh

Majumder, Maimuna Shahnaz

2012

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  • 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 and sanitati... read more
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