Disease control in emergencies: photo gallery
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Internally Displaced Population (IDP) crisis, North-West Frontier Province (NWFP), SWAT Valley, Pakistan
A child looks intently at the camera, during IDP crisis, SWAT, Pakistan
Ebola outbreak, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), 2007
Jean-Christophe Aze, HQ/GAR Alert and Response Operations, and a colleague, provide WHO logistics support during Ebola outbreak in DRC, 2007.
Public health care workers at an Ebola treatment facility, DRC 2007.
Cholera outbreak, Zimbabwe, 2008
Nurse Diki Dudzai checks the intravenous (IV) fluid infusion for a cholera patient at the Katanga Utano Cholera Treatment Centre in the district of Norton, about 40 kilometres from Harare. WHO delivered supplies of IV fluids and other materials to the clinic, which opened one day after the first cholera-related death in the town was reported.
A staff member of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) checks patients' intravenous (IV) fluid infusions at the Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Clinic in Harare. The clinic has established a cholera treatment centre.
Cholera outbreak, Kivu, Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), 2008
Dr Jean Marc Mambidi of the WHO Goma office talks with a family living in the Kibati camp, located 10km from Goma, capital of the North Kivu province in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The camp is home to some 18,000 people displaced by fighting.
WHO water and sanitation engineer, Yves Chartier, at a water distribution point in the Kibati camp, home to 18,000 people and located 10km from Goma, in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.