Hunger amplifies infectious diseases for millions fleeing the violence of Boko Haram

by Leslie Roberts

Measles and malnutrition combine in a deadly synergy. In this isolation ward at the MSF hospital in Monguno, doctors treat about 60 children a week. (Photo: Andrew Esiebo/AP)

Already a huge and chronic problem in Nigeria, malaria soars during conflict and natural disasters.

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