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Malawi was heavily affected by the HIV epidemic in the late ’90s and now has one of the most...
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GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP PHOTO People walk along the 'corridor' in Beira, Mozambique. Sex...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from April 2016: Greece, Yemen, Malawi, Jordan, Saving Lives and Staying Alive,...
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MSF calls for donors and UN agencies, in particular UNAIDS, the Global Fund, Pepfar and EU donors,...
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Each year there are between three million and five million cases of cholera worldwide, causing...
Crisis Update
MSF is calling for the international community to recognize that the only way to meet minimal...
Interview
"MSF is working to improve the living conditions but we know we will not be able to reach the...
Interview
Close to 3,000 Mozambicans refugees have fled to Kapise village on the Malawi side of the border...
Updates
This report is a first of its kind, looking at the availability of ARVs at patient level. Whilst...
Testimony
Testimonies from AIDS patients. “Once I was two weeks without my ARVs. When I arrived at the health...
Month in Focus
Ebola: a hope-bringing vaccine; Lebanon: Lives ruined by the conflict; Tanzania: Cholera, a new...
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Since June 2014 MSF has established a permanent presence in two of the four central prisons in...
Notes from the field
Built to accommodate 800 prisoners, Maula prison is bursting at the seams with 2,650 inmates...
Article
Greg Lomas A Congolese boy plays between the tents at the camp in Isipingo, Durban, that is one...
Article
Despite the medical progress, teenagers living with HIV continue to face a raft of challenges.
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Torrential rains in early January caused catastrophic flooding in southern Malawi, leaving up to...

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