Emergency support for 33,000 refugees needed

by LGBT Voice of Tanzania
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Summary

More than 33,000 refugees from Burundi sheltered in Kigoma northwest Tanzania are at high risk of dying from cholera and that calls for urgent need for clean and safe water in the camps.
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Challenge

A cholera outbreak at a refugee camp sheltering thousands of Burundian refugees in northwest Tanzania has killed at least 33 people (Tanzanian regional health official said on Wednesday). Another 77 Burundians in Nyarugusu - in the western province of Kigoma - are being treated for severe watery diarrhea. Some 300 people are being treated for watery diarrhea at Kagunga near the Tanzanian border and at the Stadium in Kigoma. There are fears that the outbreak, may take more time to contain.

Solution

The funds donates go to the provision of safe and clean water to help reduce the risk of transmission of cholera and contain the outbreak of the disease in the refugee camp.

Long-Term Impact

Containing of the disease is a long-term benefit to these displaced people.The availability of safe and clean water will help more than 33 thousand refugees, children and adults live a happy life with no fear of Cholera.

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Organization Information

LGBT Voice of Tanzania

Location: Dar es salaam - Tanzania, United Republic of
Website: http:/​/​www.lgbtvoicetz.org
Project Leader:
Grace Haule
Dar es salaam, Dar es salaam Tanzania, United Republic of

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