Combating cholera caused by climate change in Bangladesh (C5) – University of Copenhagen

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Combating Cholera Caused by Climate Change in Bangladesh (C5)

Combating cholera caused by climate change (C5) is a multi-disciplinary study that examines the risk and effects of climate-induced cholera on water stress on household hygiene in Bangladesh and other climate change vulnerable low-income areas worldwide.
Focusing on water quantity and hygiene, the project will apply an innovative multi-disciplinary methodology to understand climate changes influence on cholera by identifying the relative risk based on environmental, behavioral, and water resource management factors.

The project is carried out under the auspices of COPE, Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research, and has a timeline running from 2013 - 2017.

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Background / Parameters / Objectives / Methodology
Unique Initiative: Choleraphone / Partners & Participants