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Community-Led Approaches Essential For Sustainable Prevention Of Cholera Outbreaks – Lafoucrier

Celine Lafoucrier, Chief of UNICEF Lagos Field Office Celine Lafoucrier, Chief of UNICEF Lagos Field Office, in this interview with CHIOMA UMEHA, says that  community-led and participatory approaches are essential for sustainable prevention of recurring Cholera outbreaks in Lagos and other parts of Nigeria  Excerpts: How are children and young people affected by the cholera outbreak in Lagos and other parts of the country? Recurrent Cholera outbreaks critically affect children and populations at large. These vulnerable groups face substantial health risks, particularly those under five who are prone to severe dehydration and higher mortality rates. Educational disruption is yet another critical consequence of cholera outbreaks, as illness and the need to care for sick family members lead to school closures and reduced attendance, hindering children's learning and development. Similarly, post-recovery issues in children can include malnutrition, stunted growth, and weakened immune s

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