A young girl accompanied by her mother is re-hydrated with intravenous fluids at the admissions and screening section of the Cholera Treatment Centre in Harare.

Both children and adults are treated at Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe. According to the UN 1,671 people have now died in an outbreak of cholera blamed on the collapse of Zimbabwe's sanitation system and a lack of clean water. 

The clinic is staffed by locals but assisted by MSF and partner NGO's. (image by Jason Tanner)
A young girl accompanied by her mother is re-hydrated with intravenous fluids at the admissions and screening section of the Cholera Treatment Centre in Harare. Both children and adults are treated at Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe. According to the UN 1,671 people have now died in an outbreak of cholera blamed on the collapse of Zimbabwe's sanitation system and a lack of clean water. The clinic is staffed by locals but assisted by MSF and partner NGO's.
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