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More than 100,000 cases of watery diarrhea and suspected cholera have been reported.
Rain, war, and other factors have helped create the largest cholera outbreak in history, researchers say.
Strains in Africa are becoming more drug resistant.
Six main strategies target disease in hot spot countries that drive much of the world's cholera activity.
The WHO and its partners need the funding boost to stop measles transmission with a campaign in November to immunize 4.2 million children.
Overall, cases have declined some, but some locations are still reporting 5,000 suspected cases each day.
The world's worst cholera outbreak is occurring during a humanitarian crisis.
In just over 3 months, Yemen has reported more than 368,000 cases, the most in a single year.
Yemen confirms another 35,000 cholera cases, while Somalia reports a slight slowdown, with only 1,121 new cases.
Two years of conflict have cut 14.5 million people off from access to clean water and sanitation.
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