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“It’s rare that we see a normal delivery here; generally I only see critical cases – this feels...
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Over the last two months, Kenya has been receiving heavy amounts of rainfall, causing floods, which...
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Elmounzer Ag Jiddou, MSF´s head of mission in Sudan, has both lived and worked in this part of...
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"The people of the Central African Republic seem very much trapped in an endless cycle of...
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"Lots of the patients were in a state of shock. They hadn’t expected such a level of violence."
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“This is the ninth Ebola outbreak in Congo in the last 40 years. So far, all of them have occurred...
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“We’ve been displaced seven times. Every time we flee to a safe place, we also try to find areas...
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Over the past two months, huge numbers of Syrians have been displaced from formerly besieged areas...
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On International Nurses' Day, MSF celebrates the work, dedication and passion of its 8,843 nurses...
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“After many years of conflict, there are children without any vaccination coverage. All of them are...
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Michael Shek is an MSF nurse from Dumfries, Scotland. He worked in MSF’s trauma stabilisation unit...
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“It is difficult to get even a container of water; sometimes we have to wait all day without...
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The new MSF malaria project in Kouroussa, Guinea, is preparing for the malaria peak, which strikes...
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“Half of the more than 500 patients we have admitted in our clinics have injuries where the bullet...
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“Given the violence that people have lived through, many would be expected to experience post-...
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“It’s important for patients with chronic diseases to have access to specialist healthcare and can...

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