Forced to Flee: A Migration Crisis in Central America
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The Libyan coastguard recklessly endangered people’s lives during a Mediterranean rescue yesterday. Our statement:
The Libyan coastguard recklessly endangered peoples lives during a Mediterranean

Libyan Coast Guard Endangers Lives During Sea Rescue

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Sarah Taaffe
Elizabeth Robinson
Damien Carroll
"It took both of his children and a bit of help from me to get him onto the exam table. His abdomen was the size of a 36-week pregnancy and felt dull and tight to my touch."
It took both of his children and a bit of help from

Hepatitis: The Rock and the Hard Place | Doctors without borders

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Khoi Ta
Azizullah Mumin
Watch MSF's Month in Focus video for an in-depth look at our work around the world this past month. This month, we put the spotlight on Cambodia, Iraq and child refugees in France.
Watch MSFs Month in Focus video for an indepth look at our

MSF Month in Focus: May 2017

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Souri Qaredaqi
Janice Onyinye
Walid Alomar
Nola was pregnant when violence broke out near her home in South Sudan, but she was determined to get her family to safety. Travelling alone with her children and her young nieces and nephews, Nola made the dangerous journey to Uganda, where she now works as a medical translator for MSF. She shares her story...
Nola was pregnant when violence broke out near her home in South

Nola's story | Doctors without borders

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Alice Elbek
Henk van der Westen
Christine Maldonado
Sangeetha Sriraam
Walid Alomar
Janice Onyinye
"For me, the most challenging part is also the most rewarding: meeting & talking to the people we’re helping"

#Aussie Jennifer Duncombe is an epidemiologist with MSF and has 10 placements under her belt!
For me the most challenging part is also the most rewarding meeting

“The work of an epidemiologist is extremely varied and we often have to be creative” | Médecins Sans Frontières Australia

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Adama Fall
Asuku Abdulmumin
Karen Phillips
"Even though I have been a doctor for nearly eight years & I thought I'd seen my fair share of sick kids, it turns out I hadn’t seen anything ‘til I got here"

Dr Katie Treble is on her first assignment currently working in a paediatric hospital in #Bria in the #CentralAfricanRepublic
Even though I have been a doctor for nearly eight years I

CAR: Swimming against the tide of childhood illness | Médecins Sans Frontières Australia

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Carolyn Denton
Katie Treble
How can tech innovation help to save lives? We're live now at MSF Scientific Days – streaming all day long in English and French. After our Facebook live you can join the rest of our 'Conference Without Borders' via our live stream here: msf.me/2pWOeIr #MSFsci
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Daniel Ward
Ahmad Husain
The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has more than doubled in the past five days. The disease has now spread across 18 of Yemen’s 22 governorates.

“The fast spread of the current outbreak is extremely alarming” says our Head of Mission. So far, we have treated 3,092 patients in 13 cholera treatment centres and units.
The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has more than doubled

Yemen: Cholera outbreak threatens to get out of control

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Naima Shea
Abu Mohamed
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In this episode of MSF Pulse we look at one of the world’s worst and most under-reported humanitarian crises.

To find out more about this crisis and what you can do to help visit: [ Msf.ca Link ]
Justin Babingwa
Dyna Wamaitha
Tomáš Skohoutil
We're live at MSF Scientific Days with Field Nurse Josie Gilday! Our 'conference without borders' looks at the research and innovation underpinning humanitarian operations. You can join the rest of our conference after the break here: msf.me/2pWOeIr at 4pm UK time and again tomorrow from 9am.
Shwehla Marma
Abo John
Saturne Evony
We’re streaming live right now from the Royal Society of Medicine! Join us for MSF Scientific Days to see how humanitarian research, innovation and technology can help save lives: [ Msf.me Link ]
Were streaming live right now from the Royal Society of Medicine Join

MSF Scientific Days 2017: Livestream

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Ansar Ali
Sohel Rana
"We're helping with the delivery of 800 babies a month & we see over 5000 cases of children with severe acute malnutrition"

Executive Director of MSF Australia, Paul McPhun, is currently visiting our projects in Maiduguri, #BornoState, #Nigeria. Follow us on Twitter @MSFAustralia, for more updates from Paul!
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Alicia Martínez
Sue Jones
Our podcast host Nick Owen is on board the Aquarius this week, undertaking search and rescue with Dr Conor Kenny. The pair will capture a live Mediterranean rescue for next week's episode.

For now, we're looking back at an episode from Series One: where Conor speaks about his time in Greece, and a disastrous eviction of thousands of refugees in Idomeni village.
Our podcast host Nick Owen is on board the Aquarius this week

S2 E5: A Return to the Disaster in Idomeni

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"We came here with our uncle who was sick and died in the camp because there was no medicine - he's buried just over there." Office worker Esther is one of over 900,000 South Sudanese refugees in Uganda. Thousands more continue to arrive each week, with little more than the clothes on their backs.
Gary- Sue Walske
Pamela Dee Geringer
Fatima Saeed
"It’s hard to hear how many people have had their lives so frequently disrupted, & just when they think things are getting better, that more insecurity and uncertainty comes along & they are on the run again, become refugees again, having to face starting life all over again” #SouthSudan #Uganda #Refugees
Its hard to hear how many people have had their lives so

Uganda: “Starting life all over again” | Médecins Sans Frontières Australia

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Nurow Ali
Stacey Alfonso-Mills
DeAnna Longo
"We call on G20 states to put the welfare of sick and wounded people wherever they live at the core of their concerns" [ Bit.ly Link ]
We call on G20 states to put the welfare of sick and
George
Walid Alomar
Henk van der Westen
On Monday, the U.S. government announced that the so-called “Global Gag Rule” on abortion will now include all global health assistance programs- a decision that could have devastating effects on women and children all over the world and halt decades of progress on global health. bit.ly/2rd03y2

Here's what MSF staff around the world think of the Global Gag Rule:
On Monday the US government announced that the socalled Global Gag Rule

We Asked MSF Staff Why the Global Gag Rule is Harmful to Women

On International Women's Day let's recognize that women and girls everywhere deserve access to the best health care possible. Doctors Without Borders does no...

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Terry-Andrea Vaughan
Debbie Dell
Keri Barclay
"Some 500 people trickled in and settled in the yard, in the corridors, hoping that the fighters would refrain from attacking a medical structure"

After increased fighting over the weekend, our mobile teams were finally able to access the wounded temporarily on Monday. We call on all parties to agree to a ceasefire as we fear the worst if effective long-term measures are not put into place...
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Some 500 people trickled in and settled in the yard in the

Central African Republic: "The city of Bangassou has turned into a battlefield; we fear the worst for the civilian population"

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Emma Munro
Dianna Dingle
Jeannie Flynn