Policy and guidance documents

Ending Cholera: A Global Roadmap to 2030

Ending Cholera: A Global Roadmap to 2030.

ABSTRACT

In October 2017, 35 GTFCC partners endorsed a call to action on ending cholera, an unprecedented engagement to fight cholera through implementation of "Ending Cholera – A Global Roadmap to 2030." Through the declaration, the GTFCC partners call for a commitment from all stakeholders to support cholera-affected countries and align our energies, efforts, and resources to end cholera transmission.

GTFCC Declaration to Ending Cholera

Global Task Force on Cholera Control Declaration to Ending Cholera 4 October 2017 - Annecy, France

The 64th World Health Assembly Resolution for Renewed Efforts to Prevent and Control Cholera (May 2011)

"Cholera: Mechanism for Control and Prevention (Agenda Item 13.9 of the 64th World Health Assembly WHA64.15, May 2011)." This document is the recommendation of the World Health Assembly of 24-May-2011 on methods for cholera prevention and control. This Resolution was critical in cholera prevention efforts because it recommends the use of oral cholera vaccines along with traditional prevention and control measures like improved water and sanitation. This resolution has led to the revitalization of the Global Task Force for Cholera Control.