World Vision International
article • Tuesday, July 17th 2018

Ending Cholera - Global Roadmap to 2030

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The introduction to this webinar read as follows: "Cholera remains a significant public health problem with the latest reports stating 132,121 cases in 38 countries, including 2420 deaths.  In October 2017, the Global Task Force On Cholera Control partners (of which World Vision is included) called for a commitment from all stakeholders to support cholera affected countries to end cholera transmission..." - but to end cholera takes a personal commitment from each of us within this Community of Practice.  We must shift from treating cholera as a Disaster Management responsibility but commit to understanding where there are Cholera hotspots in our own countries and programmes; let us commit to having a conversation across our sectors on what our role and responsibility is in cholera prevention, preparedness AND response.  Take some time today to review and share the tools provided in this CoP Webex session.  Will you initiate a cholera conversation in your office?  Together, let's eradicate cholera from our collective workplans! 

CHOLERA WEBEX RECORDING

Stream The Recording:
https://wvi.webex.com/wvi/ldr.php?RCID=6108013b4a757843006750cae4cc7842

Download The Webex (Webex Player Required):
https://wvi.webex.com/wvi/lsr.php?RCID=9d825fbcc0270e06cc9f9627bfc3e2f3

PRESENTATIONS

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

THANK YOU TO OUR SPEAKER

Kate Alberti, Technical Officer, Cholera Programme, WHO, Global Task Force on Cholera Control 

Kate Alberti on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-alberti-27443633/


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