WHO, partners implement 900 000 dose oral cholera vaccination campaign in Cox’s Bazar

On 10 October the first of 900 000 doses of oral cholera vaccine were delivered to newly arrived and host communities in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh as part of a massive campaign to protect 650 000 people from the deadly diarrheal disease.

Find out how the campaign is unfolding:

Oral cholera vaccination campaign underway in Cox’s Bazar

The world's second largest oral cholera vaccination campaign has started in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

900 000 doses of oral cholera vaccine are now being delivered to more than 650 000 men, women and children

WHO, partners gear for world’s second largest oral cholera vaccination campaign in Cox’s Bazar

The vaccine has arrived. Micro-plans are complete. And hundreds of health workers and volunteers have been mobilized and trained to carry out an epic mission: The delivery of 900 000 doses of oral cholera vaccine to more than 650 000 men, women and children now crowded into settlements and camps near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

WHO appeals for USD 10.2 million to support critical health interventions in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

The World Health Organization is seeking USD 10.2 million to protect, promote and secure the health of more than half a million people who have moved to southern Bangladesh from across the border since August this year.

WHO rolls-out Early Warning, Alert & Response System in Cox’s Bazar

WHO’s Early Warning, Alert and Response System in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh is protecting the health of hundreds of thousands of people in makeshift and spontaneous settlements.

Robust surveillance is essential to detecting and responding to disease outbreaks, especially in emergencies.

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