This 2012 publication from Oxfam brings together lessons learned from cholera prevention and control interventions and other related guidance. “The aim is to provide a quick, step-by-step guide to inform cholera outbreak interventions and ensure public health programmes that are rapid, community-based,
well-tailored, and gender and diversity aware. The guidelines given here are not comprehensive – they have been designed to be used together with existing Oxfam and WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) cluster public health guidelines.”
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