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- WHO investigates rumors of acute watery diarrhea (AWD) reported from villages of Korombod, Koban and Yaa-Qoore in Qansadheere district, Bay region. On 10 February 2011, six AWD cases (five children under the age of 5 and one death) were reported from those villages.

- In week 6, a 10% reduction in reported AWD cases was observed in Banadir Hospital, Mogadishu.


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