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Sumatra: 'The emergency phase is mostly over. We are now entering the recovery'
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Most of the villages are in shock. They are grieving. They have not slept for days. They have very...
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MSF teams reach isolated areas, after an impressive initial response from local and international...
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About 20 workers - including surgeons, kidney specialists, nurses, psychologists and logisticians...
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Another team of three specialists in disasters are flying today to Indonesia from the MSF base in...
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An earthquake of the magnitude 7.6 on the Richter Scale struck off the city of Padang on the...
International Activity Report
IAR 2009
MSF first started working in Indonesia in October 1995, when it provided emergency aid to the...
International Activity Report
IAR 2008
MSF has assisted patients suffering from infectious diseases, violence and natural disasters in...
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A team of MSF's Emergency Team Indonesia (ETI) has evaluated the needs in Indonesia following a 7.5...
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"The situation here is dire. Because of the difficult access to the area, people have not received...
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"Many people are still traumatised. Through these interactive activities, we try to help them cope...
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Following the earthquakes that have hit the Indonesian island of Sumatra, the Emergency Team of MSF...
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Following the earthquakes that have hit the Indonesian island of Sumatra, the Emergency Team of...
International Activity Report
IAR 2007
International Activity Report 2007: Indonesia
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An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter Scale struck Indonesia on March 6, 2007.
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"The waters are receding and people start returning home," says Fransen. "Hopefully from here on...

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