Preventing the Worst

A million Rohingya refugees have crowded into Kutupalong camp, near Cox’s Bazar in southeastern Bangladesh. They have plastic sheeting and bamboo poles to make shelters. They often have to slog through mud and human waste.
 
The conditions are ideal for infectious disease. How do you protect so many people? Gaia Vince reports from the ground in a powerful Mosaic article.

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