Latest Africhol News

For 2016, the India Vaccinology Course (INDVAC) is pleased to announce that the 2016 Vaccinology Course will be held in South Africa as...

Authors: Delphine Sauvageot, Berthe-Marie Njanpop-Lafourcade, Laurent Akilimali, Jean-Claude Anne, Pawou Bidjada, Didier Bompangue, Godfrey Bwire, Daouda Coulibaly, Liliana Dengo-Baloi, Mireille...

Authors: Anthony M. Smith, Berthe-Marie Njanpop-Lafourcade, Martin A. Mengel, Bradford D. Gessner, Delphine Sauvageot, Bawimodom Bidjada, Berthe N. Miwanda, Diallo M. Saliou, Adèle Kacou N’Douba, José P. Langa, Husna...

The U.S.–Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program will celebrate its 50th Anniversary during the week of January 11-15, 2016 in North Bethesda, Maryland (USA) followed by the 18th International Conference on Emerging Infectious...

Africhol Country Updates

Authors: Godfrey Bwire, Maurice Mwesawina, Yosia Baluku, Setiala S. E. Kanyanda, Christopher Garimoi Orach
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The Africhol project coordination team composed of Dr Aline Munier and Dr Berthe Njanpop Lafourcade conducted a field monitoring visit in Conakry (Guinea) between 16 and 21 November 2015. This...

An Africhol team visited the East African member countries of Kenya and Tanzania, from 27th to 31st of July, 2015.

Authors: José Paulo Langa, Cynthia Sema, Nilsa De Deus, Mauro Maria Colombo, Elisa Taviani
Instituto Nacional de Saúde, Ministry of Health, Mozambique
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Cholera News (Other Sources)

Zanzibar cautions residents on cholera
Tanzania Daily News (28 Jun 2016)
The Zanzibar Ministry of Health has issued a fresh warning on cholera, reminding residents here that they should not relax in taking health precautions.

Three admitted at Igegania after reported Cholera outbreak
Hivisasa (24 Jun 2016)
Three people from Kaibere village, Gatundu North are nursing their lives in Igegania level four hospital after a reported outbreak of Cholera disease.

Cholera Outbreaks in Central and West Africa : 2016 Regional Update - Week 22 
Cholera Platform (24 Jun 2016)
Highlights : Democratic Republic of the Congo: As of per week 22, 11,628 cumulative cholera cases, incl. 243 deaths has been reported. Most of cases (95%) are coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo. On week 22, the completeness of report for DR-Congo are relatively lower than on W21...

Lubudi dit au revoir au choléra grâce aux Villages Assainis
Ponabana.com (22 juin 2016)
Le programme national Village Assaini a permis de raccorder plus de mille villages à l’eau potable dans la province de l’ex-Katanga pour 2013-2017. Dans la zone de santé de Lubudi, traumatisée il y a encore quelques années par un choléra endémique, c’est un véritable progrès : les maladies hydriques sont en net recul.

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