The Morning Call
Cholera outbreak is regular in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Year after year, the “disease of the dirty hands” crosses new thresholds of spread, making the DRC the most affected country of Central Africa.
This time, the epidemic was declared on 9 September by the authorities and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Todd Phillips is the Head of Doctors Without Borders, MSF, South Kivu, DRC. he speaks with us on the current situation.
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