“Building a cholera treatment centre in Nyaragusu refugee camp in #Tanzania.
MSF began activities in the camp in mid-May following a cholera outbreak was declared in response to a mass influx of thousands of refugees from Burundi, fleeing political unrest. The camp, in existence for 19 years and originally home to 64,000 Congolese refugees, is now stretched to capacity. Since the latest influx, the camp’s population has swelled to 130,000 and is growing every day. Refugees are arriving to overcrowded conditions, and face a lack of shelter and water as well as poor sanitation. ©Erwan Rogard/MSF” By doctorswithoutborders on Instagram.
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