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Political instability has had a devastating effect on health structures which lack human and...
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In November 1998, Hurricane Mitch wreaked havoc on Honduras destroying almost 70% of the...
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Having completed a three-month intervention on the Oaxaca coast after it was struck by Hurricane...
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The Yemeni health care system is largely under-equipped and under-staffed. Working in both the...
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At the end of March 1999, over 250,000 ethnic Albanians were driven into Macedonia. During the...
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MSF launched its current health care programme in Kyrghizia in the southern region of Osh in 1996...
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In 1989 war broke out on the island of Bougainville between the independence movement the...
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In June 1998 there was an attempted coup d'tat against the president Joo Bernardo Viera followed by...
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Health screening for returnees to Dili and Baucau
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MSF ex-pat staff in Dili has climbed to 16. Another 16 are based in Baucau, bringing ex-pat...
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East Timor - MSF staff conducted health screenings of the first returnees of East Timorese who...
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MSF staffing in the region stands at 13 in Dili and another 15 in Baucau. Darwin, Australia...
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East Timor - Bishop Belo, the Nobel Peace Prize recipient for 1996 who returned to his home in...
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East Timor - Security in Baucau and the surounding area has improved substantially in recent days,...
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East Timor - Bishop Carlos Belo, who shared the Nobel price in 1996 with Ramos Horta, has returned...
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Indonesian registration of camp populations

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