Peer Review History: Public Health Implications of Cholera- a Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Related Infectious Disease in the Era of Climate Change: The Nigeria Experience

Editor(s):

(1) Prof. Arthur V.M. Kwena, Associate Dean, School of Medicine, Moi University, Kenya.

Reviewers:

(1) Mei Ahyanti, Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Tanjungkarang, Indonesia.

(2) Virginia Wanjiku Ngaruiya, Kenyatta University, Kenya.

(3) Nam Raj Khatri, Nepal.

Additional Reviewers:

(1) Basaad Abedzaid, Kufa University, Iraq.

(2) Dewi Novitasari Suhaid, STIK Sint Carolus, Indonesia.

Additional Reviewers: (Comments received after deadline)

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Specific Comment:

Average Peer review marks at initial stage: 8.7/10

Average Peer review marks at publication stage: 9/10

Peer Review History:


Stage 1 | Original Manuscript | File 1 | NA


Stage 2 | Peer Review Report_1 (Mei Ahyanti, Indonesia) | File 1 | NA


Stage 2 | Peer Review Report_2 (Virginia Wanjiku Ngaruiya, Kenya) | File 1 | File 2


Stage 2 | Peer Review Report_3 (Nam Raj Khatri, Nepal) | File 1 | NA


Stage 2 | Revised_MS_v1_and_Feedback_v1 | File 1 | File 2


Stage 3 | Comment_Editor_1_v1 | File 1 | NA


Stage 3 | Revised_MS_v2_and_Feedback_v2 | File 1 | NA