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weeks after which is this doctor he died of the disease he was caring cholera what's on Yemen is suffering its that spike of the water borne bacterial infection since conflict broke out in two thousand fifteen , any who arrived at the diarrhea treatment center and so now we're Muhammad up to look at the had worked at are in shock or have kidney failure their veins are so shriveled from dehydration it's difficult inserts needle and that minister lifesaving fluids I DO movie called it that disastrous outbreak along left side they have been a lot of cases of cholera especially in the past two weeks this camp is received between a hundred and twenty and one hundred and fifty daily , the problem stems from a short supply of drinkable water diesel pumps are needed in many parts of the Arab country to bring water to the surface but fuel shortages from the war of course clean water prices to skyrocket it now costs an average of one hundred dollars to buy a small bottle of water in your set now instead some turned to dirty water out of desperation admin now what I want we ended up taking it from the wells even though there's hardly a drop of water in them and it harms us , pricey clean water and pours sewage forces many communities to use dirty water for farms which puts pathogens in people's stomachs doctors and make sure it's color treatment centers like this one are taking in patients around the clock they are short of staff and medical supplies and there's no end in sight