Sarah Dwyer is an International Foreign Policy Correspondent for Today News Africa based in California. Sarah earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from San Jose State University. She focuses on COVID-19 relating to US-Africa ties.
In South-Central Niger, Amadou Elh Mamoudou, 35, survived a cholera outbreak in his village of Maradi. “What I experienced with this disease is terrible. I saw death at close range,” he said.
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