Meet Alice. She's the only midwife on board one of our search and rescue ships on the Mediterranean. As well as caring for expectant mums, it's Alice's job to look after all the women and children on board. In her first vlog, Alice gives her first impressions of life at sea and how she's preparing for her first rescue.

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Meet Alice She's the only midwife on board one of our search

MSF midwife Alice vlogs from our search and rescue ship

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Doctors Without Borders / MSF East Africa is live from Kenyatta hospital in Nairobi for the launch of "The Politics of Fear".
Doctors Without Borders / MSF East Africa is live from Kenyatta hospital

Doctors Without Borders / MSF East Africa

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"Today we saved a woman’s life."

Heather blogs from the obstetrics team in Jahun, Nigeria.
"Today we saved a woman’s life " Heather blogs from the obstetrics

On the Edge | Doctors without borders

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“We all know that Ali is fighting for his life, and that his survival is dependent on whether or not we find a vein for the fluids.”

MSF nurse Antonia battles to save the life of a small boy in Yemen.
“We all know that Ali is fighting for his life and that

Cholera in Yemen: "Ali is fighting for his life" | Doctors without borders

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Our teams have treated more than 300 babies for malnutrition in the Mosul region since March, most of them under 6 months old.
Our teams have treated more than 300 babies for malnutrition in the

Babies Impacted by Violence in Mosul, Iraq

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In 2016, 38,000 staff in 468 projects in 71 countries worked to provide lifesaving medical care, all thanks to our 6.1 million private donors.

Read about all our work in our International Activity Report: [ Activityreport2016.msf.org Link ]
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As the rainy season begins, isolated areas in Nigeria’s insecure Borno State are becoming even more cut off from the world. Click to see photojournalist Sylvain Cherkaoui's report from MSF projects in the region.
As the rainy season begins isolated areas in Nigeria’s insecure Borno State

Nigeria: Where roads don't go

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We treat refugees every day who have fled horrific abuse in Libya. In his latest blog, MSF Cultural Mediator Shafiqul talks about the stories of torture that reduced him to tears.
We treat refugees every day who have fled horrific abuse in Libya

Most didn’t think about coming to Europe when they left. But now, they had no choice but the sea

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Watch the full "3 Questions" video here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Find out how MSF and other organizations are using innovative technology to end the scourge of TB.
Watch the full "3 Questions" video here: Find out how MSF and

Data Helps the Fight Against TB

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"Instead of vaccinating 40,000 children under five years old, the new task was to vaccinate all children in the region under the age of 15 – and to do it in four weeks instead of six."
"Instead of vaccinating 40 000 children under five years old the new

A race against measles - and against time | Doctors without borders

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Connie Richards
Building a hospital is a major project. When that project needs to happen in 50 degree heat, in a remote refugee camp, and in just 12 weeks, a new approach is needed.

Construction specialist Carlos blogs...
Building a hospital is a major project When that project needs to

Innovation: A new kind of hospital under the sun in South Sudan | Doctors without borders

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“The two young men had the same injuries on surgical findings, but there were tragically different outcomes"

#Aussie anaesthetist Richard Lees writes about his time working in #Yemen
“The two young men had the same injuries on surgical findings but

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This week on Everyday Emergency, Nina Rajani explains what it took to treat people caught in a vicious cycle of violent conflict and poor health.
This week on Everyday Emergency Nina Rajani explains what it took to

Podcast: The hidden costs of war

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Watch the full "3 Questions" video here: [ Bit.ly Link ] Find out how MSF and other organizations are using innovative technology to end the scourge of TB.
Watch the full "3 Questions" video here: Find out how MSF and

Data Helps the Fight Against TB

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'The patient was a young girl, pregnant and semi-conscious. I motioned to the family and we aided her from the wheelchair to the hospital bed. I looked around for a midwife to help me with translation. “Jujuga?” I asked as I quickly assessed the patient. They nodded.'
'The patient was a young girl pregnant and semi conscious I motioned

Three for one | Doctors without borders

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Sexual violence is a medical emergency in Haiti. Since the opening of our Pran Men'm clinic in May 2015, we have treated more than 1,300 survivors of sexual violence. Find out more on Instagram.
Sexual violence is a medical emergency in Haiti Since the opening of

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“The callousness of this attack highlights both the indiscriminate nature and disturbing escalation of violence in CAR"
“The callousness of this attack highlights both the indiscriminate nature and disturbing

Central African Republic: Baby shot and killed in hospital

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Henk van der Westen
We're live in Haiti for the launch of our new report - Against Their Will: Sexual and gender based Violence against young people in Haiti. Join us.

Moderator: Carl-Frederic Casimir (Deputy Medical Coordinator)
Participants: Prosper Ndumuraro (Project Coodinator), Stéphanie Loiseau (Psychologist) and Amélie Janon (Advocacy)

Learn more and read the full report: [ Exposure.co Link ]
We're live in Haiti for the launch of our new report Against

Live in Haiti: Against Their Will: Sexual and gender based Vio...

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"Probably the most memorable patients for me were the very tiny babies"

Our medical activities manager Sarah Scott recently return from #Nigeria where she worked in Maiduguri!
"Probably the most memorable patients for me were the very tiny babies"

Sarah Scott in Nigeria

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"In contexts where women’s rights are not fully respected, it is difficult to negotiate the use of family planning. Walikale is no exception." Brigitte blogs about the lengths our teams go to break down taboos in Congo.
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"In contexts where women’s rights are not fully respected it is difficult

The fight for family planning | Doctors without borders

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