Sudanese Form Cholera Aid Teams
Citizens are setting-up teams to help patients as a number of hospitals in Khartoum reportedly refused to admit people suffering from the disease.
Radio Dabanga, 5 June 2017
As the Sudanese government is still silent about the cholera epidemic hitting many parts of the country, people are setting-up teams to list and help patients. A number of… Read more »
An aid worker distributes soap and bleach in Guinea's capital, Conakry, where people have been infected with cholera.
SNA, 4 June 2017
The First- Vice President of the Republic, Lt Gen Bakri Hassan Salih on Sunday gave directives to the Ministries of Health and Finance to urgently deal with the requirements for… Read more »
Radio Dabanga, 4 June 2017
Residents of a number of villages in El Souki locality in Sennar complain about a lack of health services, while malaria and diarrhoea cases are increasing. Read more »
Radio Dabanga, 3 June 2017
On Thursday, Sudan's Health Minister Bahar Idris Abugarda briefed the parliament about the spread of the "acute water diarrhoea" epidemic in the country. New cholera cases were… Read more »