Concern's Emergency Response to the 2012 Sierra Leone Cholera Outbreak: Evaluation

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Concern's Emergency Response to the 2012 Sierra Leone Cholera Outbreak: Evaluation

28 March 2013

Sierra Leone is not a disaster prone country but it has endemic cholera. The major cholera outbreak during 2012 has brought into sharp focus the debilitating effects of extreme levels of poverty and the inadequacy of the country’s infrastructure and health services.

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Concern Worldwide conducted a sizeable multi-sectoral response to the cholera outbreak. The main objectives of the response were to reduce cholera cases and the case fatality rate (CFR).

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Concern's Emergency Response to the 2012 Sierra Leone Cholera Outbreak: Evaluation

Sierra Leone is not a disaster prone country but it has endemic cholera. The major cholera outbreak during 2012 has brought into sharp focus the debilitating effects of extreme levels of poverty and the inadequacy of the country’s infrastructure and health services.