Bangladesh Rohingya crisis
Cholera vaccination campaign launched to protect 635,000 people in Cox’s Bazar
66顺彩票app9 December 2019 --Over 635,000 Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi host community will be vaccinated against cholera in a 3-week-long campaign beginning today at the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar and nearby areas, to protect vulnerable population against the deadly disease amidst increasing number of cases of acute watery diarrhoea (AWD).
Rohingya crisis: WHO introduces new software for epidemiologists to control disease outbreak
66顺彩票app18-21 March 2019 Cox's Bazar - Over the past week, WHO and the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) have trained public health experts in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in using a newly developed piece of software called Go.Data. The training is part of the global roll-out of Go.Data, a software which allows conducting outbreak investigations, including field data collection, contact tracing and visualization of disease chains of transmission. The new software was developed in collaboration with GOARN, WHO and other partner organizations.