Published in: 2017
New York, US.
UNICEF currently provides strategic technical support and guidance, surge capacity, training, supplies and logistical support for cholera and diarrhoeal disease outbreak prevention, preparedness and response worldwide. Its multi-sector approach – health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), nutrition, education, protection and other sectors as well as services for emergency operations and supply management– offers the possibility of an integrated effort towards risk reduction, preparedness, capacity building and response in cholera and diarrhoeal disease outbreaks.
Multiple resources – both internal and external – are compiled and consolidated in this UNICEF Cholera Toolkit, to make them easily accessible and widely available for use by UNICEF and partners globally.
UNICEF (2017). Cholera Toolkit. New York, US.
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