Kenya flooding crisis: Cholera spreads through refugee camp

Medical personnel struggle to contain the outbreak in a complex with 235 thousand refugees, poor sanitation and no sign of the rain ending.

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    A cholera outbreak is spreading rapidly in the world’s second-largest refugee camp.

    At least seven people, including children, have died so far in Kenya's Dadaab refugee complex.

    Flooding has caused the outbreak of the waterborne disease.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons reports from Dadaab.


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