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. · In different settlements of the country there were reported diarrheal infections and outbreaks related to drinking water (Table 1) ; Table 1 Outbreak of waterborne infections YearsDiagnosesCasesAmong children 0-14 2004Shigellosis32290 Diarrhea7222 2005Shigellosis546 Diarrhea315 2006Diarrhea27147 2007Diarrhea371104 HepatitisА316 In addition, in 2004, 6 events of waterborne diseases were reported, of which 2 were related to shigellosis and 4 were suspected of having infectious diarrhea etiology. In 2005 - 2 events took place in the country; of which 1 was shigellosis, 1 – diarrhea; In 2006 - 3 events, all of infectious etiology, In 2007 – 4 outbreaks, of which 3 were diarrhea and 1 – viral hepatitis A infection. (...) This system fully updated the old one and improve registration and reporting of infection deceases (including diarrhea). Primary health institutions are obliged to notify appropriate administrative rayon public health center about an event of outbreak via special emergency notification form by all means of communication. (...) Asatiani str. 0177, Tbilisi Country: Georgia Telephone: + 995 32 72 72 26, + 995 32 39 89 46 E-mail: a.mindorashvili@mail.ru ; gabriadzenana@yahoo.com PAGE 1 _1295186265.ppt Years Diagnoses Cases Among children 0-14 2004 Shigellosis 322 90 Diarrhea 72 22 2005 Shigellosis 54 6 Diarrhea 31 5 2006 Diarrhea 271 47 2007 Diarrhea 371 104 Hepatitis А 31 6
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WHO | Largest ever diarrhea study highlights solutions Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media Largest ever diarrhea study highlights solutions Findings published in The Lancet can guide prevention, treatment and research on diarrheal diseases, which claim the lives of 800 000 children annually 15 MAY 2013 — A new study published in The Lancet has pinpointed the primary causes and impact of diarrheal diseases—a leading cause of deaths among children globally—and has revealed new opportunities for intervention. (...) GEMS found that approximately one in five children under the age of two suffer from moderate-to-severe diarrhea (MSD) each year, which increased children’s risk of death 8.5-fold and led to stunted growth over a two-month follow-up period.
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Score: 1049820.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/news/2013/20130515/en/
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As part of the contingency measures, 22 diarrhea treatment centers (DTC) with a total bed capacity of 597, and hundreds of oral rehydration points (ORPs), have been set up across the various camps. (...) To reduce the risk of an outbreak of acute watery diarrhea, WHO has been supporting testing of quality of drinking water. (...) Earlier in the week, WHO organized a refresher training for health sector partners on early warning, alert and reporting system (EWARS which is a WHO-led surveillance system to identify disease outbreaks), with the focus on notification of cases of acute watery diarrhea and procedure for diarrheal treatment centers.
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Two years since world's largest outbreak of Acute Watery Diarrhea and Cholera, Yemen witnessing another sharp increase in reported cases with number of deaths continuing to increase Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Where we work Work for UNICEF Partner with UNICEF UNICEF Blog UNICEF Data UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth Support UNICEF Press Centre Donate Main navigation What We Do Research and Reports STORIES Take Action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Statement Two years since world's largest outbreak of Acute Watery Diarrhea and Cholera, Yemen witnessing another sharp increase in reported cases with number of deaths continuing to increase Statement by Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF Regional Director in the Middle East and North Africa and Dr Ahmed Al Mandhari, WHO Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean 26 March 2019 UNICEF/UN0284441/ Alaidroos MUSCAT/AMMAN/CAIRO, 26 March 2019- “In Yemen, since the beginning of the year till 17th March, nearly 109,000 cases of severe Acute Watery Diarrhea and suspected cholera were reported with 190 total associated deaths since January. (...) Rapid response teams have been deployed. A total of 413 Diarrhea Treatment Centres and Oral Rehydration Centres are operational in all 147 priority districts.
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The Ministry of Health identified the main causes of child death as pneumonia, diarrhea, malaria, HIV, and newborn problems and planned to address those problems with national scale-up of an essential health package, including programs for immunization, malaria control, prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission, and improved water and sanitation services. In spite of these efforts, diarrhea, pneumonia, and maternal and newborn care remained problematic, so Malawi trained health surveillance assistants to deliver selected services closer to the community. Over 800 health assistants now offer malaria, diarrhea, and pneumonia treatment (using the latest malaria drugs, zinc for diarrhea, and appropriate antibiotics), and some are being trained to support home based newborn care.
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diarrhea | UNICEF Bangladesh Skip to main content Bangladesh Toggle navigation বাংলা English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Bangladesh EXPLORE UNICEF About us How we work Representative Meena and UNICEF Jobs Contact us MEDIA CENTRE DONATE Main navigation WHAT WE DO RESEARCH AND REPORTS OUR STORIES TAKE ACTION Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results diarrhea Available in: বাংলা English Article 09/08/2020 Raised latrines save lives in cyclone aftermath Raised latrines and handwashing keep children healthy during post-Amphan period Footer UNICEF Bangladesh Research and reports Our stories Take action Partners About us Children in Bangladesh Where we work Supply and logistics Jobs Related UNICEF sites UNICEF Global UNICEF South Asia Social DONATE Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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diarrhea | UNICEF Madagascar Skip to main content Madagascar Toggle navigation Français English Malagasy Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Madagascar Explore UNICEF About UNICEF Work at UNICEF Press center Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results diarrhea Available in: Français English Malagasy In other news 01/05/2010 Facts for life How to ensure children’s rights to survival, growth, development and well-being Options Available options Teny Malagasy Version française English version Download file (PDF, 23,59 MB) (PDF, 3,33 MB) (PDF, 3,66 MB) Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About UNICEF Who we are Work at UNICEF Press center Related UNICEF sites Arozaza Children's Rights and Business Atlas Voices of Youth Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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diarrhea | UNICEF Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Where we work Work for UNICEF Partner with UNICEF UNICEF Blog UNICEF Data UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth Support UNICEF Press Centre Donate Main navigation What We Do Research and Reports STORIES Take Action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results diarrhea Available in: English Français Español العربية 中文 Press release 10/06/2017 UNICEF’s preventive plan to mitigate the risk of Acute Water Diarrhoea (AWD) and Cholera among Rohingya Refugees Remarks attributable to Maya Vandenant, Chief of Health, UNICEF Bangladesh Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories and features Where we work Press centre Take action About us Work for UNICEF Partner with UNICEF UNICEF Executive Board Evaluation Internal Audit and Investigations Transparency and accountability Sustainable Development Goals Related UNICEF sites UNICEF Blog UNICEF Data UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth Global Shared Services Centre Support UNICEF ЮНИСЕФ на Русском Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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As a result the danger of waterborne diseas is hugely increased. 30 per cent of the displaced are children; they are in in increased risk from ring worms, chicken pox and diarrhea because of dehydration and contaminated water supplies.
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Key words: burden of disease, diarrhea, environmental exposure, hygiene, sanitation, water, water sup- ply. (...) In this grouping, countries are classified according to conti- nent and level of child and adult mortality. Infectious diarrhea. Infectious diarrhea is probably the largest contributor to the disease burden from water, sanitation, and hygiene. (...) Reductions in diarrhea morbidity have been reviewed by Huttly et al. (16); hand washing resulting in a median 35% reduction in diarrhea incidence (RR = 1.54).
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Score: 1027703.6 - https://www.who.int/quantifyin...global/en/ArticleEHP052002.pdf
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