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Over 100 tonnes in total will be on the ground in the crisis zone within 24 hours. MSF teams are...
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Medical team starts work with survivors in a town half destroyed by the earthquake and floods. In...
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A rapid look at the immediate MSF action at the Bay of Bengal quake disaster scene.
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"We expect to find the damage inflicted by two consecutive disasters. The earthquake and...
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A cargo plane carrying 32 tons of medical and sanitation materials for the MSF intervention will...
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The earthqauke, measuring 8.9 on the Richter Scale, is considered to be the strongest in the world...
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Jessica Nestrell, a Swedish nurse volunteer, has been coordinating a measles vaccination campaign...
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Aid workers increasingly at risk; the neutrality of humanitarian workers should be respected
Notes from the field
In a light-hearted letter from Herat, British doctor Jonathan Tomlinson describes his search for...
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Before and during the evacuation, MSF was forced, several times, to hand over its vehicles to the...
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Download PDF of 2004 MSF Activity Report page At the end of December 2003, the French government...
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Symptomatic of the void in healthcare in the DRC, MSF is seeing villagers, as well as the displaced...
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MSF is helping people with two health problems in Cameroon: HIV/AIDS, which affects an estimated 13...
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Signs of success, but a long road ahead. Six million people are in urgent need of life-extending...
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"There are about five and a half million people in developing countries who need antiretroviral...
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Overall, the AIDS pandemic remains undefeated. At today's briefing, MSF also highlighted the lack...

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