Water Borne Diseases in Asia after Tsunami Attack

After the Tsunami attack in Asia on sunday the 26th of december the great problem people faced the threat of Water Borne Diseases, linked to flood waters like Shigellosis, Cholera, Hepatitis A, Leptospirosis, Typhoid Fever, Malaria and Dengue fever. Drinking of polluted drinking water, poor sanitation and over crowding in temporary settlements were all a factor for such diseases. This could be controlled by providing clean drinking water and avoid breeding of mosquitoes.

"Millions of people will be at grave risk of waterborne disease unless there is immediate action to provide clean water in communities hit by tidal waves in South Asia"- UNICEF

"Diarrhoeal diseases, or mosquito borne dengue fever or malaria, could kill as many people as the tidal waves in South Asia." -World Health Organization (WHO)


minahil.zia Monday, December 17, 2012

i get to much imformation for my work and that's really helpful . thanks

Rahul_Rathi Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Very helpful information I think we should use water purifiers like Kent for making the water clean. so that we can keep the water borne diseases away. It's also our responsibility to keep the water sources clean.

sanjogundale Monday, March 14, 2011

This is not possiable sea water will affect our body and cause for any water desease. In weakness we are using salted water for enery and well recovery of body. Sooo 101% possibility is t sunami [ sea water 0 never effect or not cuase for any water diseases

sundar_hi Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Is there Still any serotype of vibrio cholera? If present which states are prone to get outbreak?

guest Wednesday, January 9, 2008

excellent information wonderful piece of information

guest Thursday, September 3, 2009

ya excellent information but not enough.. because i want some more information.

guest Tuesday, June 29, 2010


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