Cholera has killed 14 people with almost 400 hospitalized in the past week in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri.
The cholera outbreak in Niger that started in early July has now topped 2,000 cases, according to the World Health Organization.
Cholera outbreaks have been confirmed in Tipaza, Blida, Algiers, and Bouira provinces. While more than 130 people have been hospitalized with suspected cases of cholera this month.
The United Nations says nearly 120,000 suspected cases of cholera were reported in conflict-wracked Yemen between January and mid-August and the pace has been increasing.
Cholera cases began appearing in early August and two people have so far died, with scores hospitalized in Boufarik, about 12 miles south of Algiers.
A third person has died in northern Algeria due to a cholera outbreak, local media reported Tuesday, August 28.
More than 20,000 cholera cases have been confirmed in the Lake Chad Basin states of Nigeria, Niger, and Cameroon since January.
Over a year after cholera broke out in Yemen, killing more than 2,000 people, the disease is back and spreading fast in the port city of Hudaydah.
Northern Yemen has never had an oral cholera vaccination campaign, but 3,000 healthworkers plan to vaccinate more than 500,000 people over the next three days in and around the city of Hodeidah.
The government of Niger says four people have died while 123 cases are being monitored following the outbreak of cholera in the Maradi region on July 13.