534,911 cases of childhood diarrhea treated

Despite significant advancements in reducing child mortality, diarrhea along with pneumonia and malaria accounts for a majority of under-five deaths. SHOPS Plus contributes to the reduction of childhood mortality and illness by improving access to child health services through private sector engagement. Over the period of October 2018 to September 2019, SHOPS Plus facilitated the treatment of nearly 534,911 cases of childhood diarrhea with zinc and oral rehydration solution and the treatment of more than 400 million liters of drinking water with chlorine water treatment solution. This number represents our work in Afghanistan, Haiti, and Madagascar.



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