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International Activity Report
International staff: 31 National staff: 192 MSF work in Myanmar (Burma) concentrates on key health...
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From the 2001 MSF publication Fatal Imbalance, by the MSF Access to Essential Medicines Campaign...
International Activity Report
Over the past two decades, civil war and famine in Sudan have led to the loss of 1.5 million lives...
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The military government of Myanmar (Burma)'s spending on health care remains very low, resulting in...
International Activity Report
When MSF first arrived in Cambodia in 1989, health care was practically non-existent, particularly...
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Currently, most of the cultivation, extraction and synthesis for the production of the drugs takes...
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Early results from KwaZulu Natal are very encouraging. The same malaria control approach will soon...
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MSF is seeking to change the current dynamic in which the lack of political and financial support...
International Activity Report
Malaria is the leading cause of illness and death in the country, and local strains of the disease...
International Activity Report
MSF teams have been assisting the hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing to Guinea to escape...
International Activity Report
Malaria is the main cause of death among very young children living in the Niger Delta. The...
International Activity Report
The past year has brought about important developments in treating people with malaria and AIDS in...
International Activity Report
Cambodia has the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Southeast Asia, standing at 2.6 percent of the...
International Activity Report
For more than 19 years, civilians living in northern Uganda have faced massive violence inflicted...
International Activity Report
MSF is assisting patients suffering from infectious diseases, violence and natural disasters in...
International Activity Report
Although Angola's long civil war has ended, the country's civilians still lack the care they need...

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