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“The services here are really good and they take care of us.”
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“Many tell of men on horseback shooting at anything that moves, of dead and wounded people left...
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“Without access to a regular doctor, the villagers in Opytne practice self-care, measure each other...
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More than 125 people but the suspected number of cases is much higher. Midwife Aerlyn Pfeil helped...
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Cases of diphtheria are increasing among Rohingya refugees living in densely-populated camps in...
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“When we initially opened this hospital, nobody thought we were going to stay 10 years.”
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When people simply don’t have the means to pay either formal or informal healthcare fees, they are...
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Between 12-15 December the Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 will take place Tokyo, Japan.
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“This is the first time that Marburg fever has been diagnosed in these districts of Uganda, but...
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“The population is attempting to return to a sort of normality, but it’s very difficult given the...
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“I don’t know why they fight. Any reason seems to be enough to start fighting again, to take the...
Crisis Update
The conflict between the Nigerian military and armed opposition groups known as Boko Haram has been...
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“A lot of women do not go to a properly equipped facility after being raped because they don’t see...
Crisis Update
More than 2.2 million people have now returned home but years of conflict have severely impacted...
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“Now my medicine comes to me”-Yambio´s Test and Treat pilot project improves the lives of people...
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More than two million people have fled their homes, with little chance of returning in the near...

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