In the week ending on April 27, there were 64 events (4 new, 60 ongoing, 54 outbreaks and 10 humanitarian crisis).

http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/?p=15229

In the week ending on May 4, there were 59 events (2 new, 57 ongoing, 47 outbreaks and 12 humanitarian crises).

Cholera was, as it had been the case in recent weeks, the most common  diseases as it was found in Angola, Republic of Congo, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Measles was monitored in Algeria, DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Mali and Uganda.

Other diseases found in the region included malaria, monkeypox, poliomyelitis, meningitis, rabies, plague, hepatitis E, yellow fever, dengue, rift valley fever, chikungunya, listeriosis and Crimean-Congo harmorragic fever.

Nigeria, was again, was the country coping with the highest number of outbreaks (6).

http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/272450/OEW18-280404052018.pdf