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Several Red Cross Red Crescent mobile medical clinics are operating and a 60-bed field hospital is on its way to Coxs Bazar to provide more medical care for people, with the capacity for an isolation unit for any diarrhoeal disease outbreak.
DISCUSSION: Proper use and availability of ORS has proven its role in reducing the morbidity and mortality associated with acute diarrhoeal diseases.
7 billion cases, diarrhoeal diseases are also associated with a higher risk of stunting (low weight for age and developmental delay).
Poverty was found main cause of diarrhoeal diseases because of lack of adequate sanitation, health education and good quality drinking water, water was found to be contaminated at all levels.
Diarrhoeal diseases in India and other countries exist because of shortage of safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation & improper child- feeding habits
Globally, an estimated 2,000 children under the age of five die every day from diarrhoeal diseases and of these some 1,800 deaths are linked to water, sanitation and hygiene, the UN agency said as the international community is to mark World Water Day, which falls on Friday this year.
Included among the coalitionEoACAOs 14 international stakeholders are: the Academy for Educational Development; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Colgate-Palmolive; International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research; Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Procter & Gamble; The Water and Sanitation Program; The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council; The World Bank; UNICEF; Unilever; USAID and WaterAid.
The WHO recognized this Institute as WHO Collaborative Centre for Research and Training on Diarrhoeal Diseases in 1980.
The second annual Global Handwashing Day, shined a spotlight on the importance of handwashing with soap and water as one of the most effective and affordable health interventions in the backdrop of the fact that each year, diarrhoeal diseases and acute respiratory infections are responsible for the deaths of more than 3.
In particular, the differences in prevalence of diarrhoea between Demographic and Health Surveys and Control of Diarrhoeal Diseases Surveys have been attributed to inconsistencies in episode definition and de facto use of local language words for diarrhoea (81).
9m in research grants by the European Union (EU) to demonstrate that the process can be effective in preventing diarrhoeal diseases like cholera.
33rd US-Japan cholera and related diarrhoeal diseases joint panel meeting, Dec 3-5, 1997.
Review of the Present and Recent Epidemiological Situation Regarding Diarrhoeal Diseases and Acute Respiratory Infections in Children Under the Age of Five Years in the Countries of the Former Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania.
Diarrhoea is recognised as a significant health problem in the developing world, and with 2 million children dying each year from diarrhoeal diseases it is the second most serious killer of under 5 year olds worldwide.
Project actions will identify, implement, monitor, and evaluate adaptations to reduce likely future burdens of malaria, diarrhoeal diseases, and cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM), priority climate change-related health issues identified by national stakeholders.