In the week ending on October 5, several African countries were facing various outbreaks and emergencies.

Cholera was reported in 10 countries: Algeria, Angola, Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe

Measles was reported  in 10 countries: Chad, DRC, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mauritius, Nigeria, Uganda.

Yellow fever was reported in 4 countries: Congo, DRC, Liberia and Nigeria.

Dengue was found in 3 countries: Ethiopia, Senegal, Seychelles.

Hepatitis E was also found in 3 countries: Central African Republic, Namibia, South Sudan.

Monkeypox was also found in 3 countries: Central African Republic, DRC, Nigeria.

Polyomielitis was also found in 3 countries: DRC, Niger, Nigeria.

Overall Nigeria had to deal with 6 outbreaks (cholera, lassa, measles, monkeypox, polyomielitis, and yellow fever), while DRC had to tackle 7 outbreaks (cholera, ebola, measles, monkeypox, polyo, rabies, yellow fever).

More details can be found here:

http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/275368/OEW40-290905102018.pdf