This 2013 Toolkit takes a multi-sector approach to integrated effort towards risk reduction, preparedness, capacity building, and response to cholera outbreaks. UNICEF has consolidated resources from multiple sources to make them easily accessible to a broad global audience. The Toolkit includes WASH, nutrition, education, protection, and services for emergency operations and supply management. (Please be patient with the link; the large file size means it may take some time to load.)
Link: UNICEF Cholera Toolkit (280 pages | 44 MB | .pdf )
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