Using the world's most effective anti-malarial treatment, we treated over 50,000 patients in Tanzania's refugee camps between January and March alone.
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Using the worlds most effective antimalarial treatment we treated over 50000 patients

Tanzania: "I'm so happy my daughter can be cured of malaria"

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Imam Faruk
Henk van der Westen
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Dr. Tankred Stoebe spent the beginning of the year in Libya, coordinating a medical assessment that took him from Misrata to Tripoli. Here, he describes what he saw on assignment.
Dr Tankred Stoebe spent the beginning of the year in Libya coordinating

Between Towering Ruins and Detention Centers: A Look Inside Libya

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Iyad Helo
At one MSF hospital south of Mosul we treated 1,400 patients - half of them women and children. The hospital has only been open for six weeks.
At one MSF hospital south of Mosul we treated 1400 patients half

A Dire Situation in Western Mosul, Iraq

After re-taking control of eastern Mosul, the Iraqi military launched, with the support of an international coalition, an offensive on the western part of th...

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Isabel Cuevas-Griffiths
Ridge Pilcher
Palalani Mqhele Sibanda
We sat down with British doctor Javid Abdelmoneim this week to discuss how he dealt with the trauma of working in Haiti after the earthquake. Listen to the latest episode of our podcast.
We sat down with British doctor Javid Abdelmoneim this week to discuss

Podcast: "The letter that changed me"

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Bria Cavanagh
Ridge Pilcher
Simran Singh
We're running mobile clinics along the frontline of the conflict in Ukraine.
We're running mobile clinics along the frontline of the conflict in Ukraine

Ukraine: Illustrating conflict

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Deb Saunders
Laura Gluckie
Mette Ahorlu
In this episode of MSF Pulse we unpack the massive humanitarian crisis taking place in Nigeria as tens of thousands of people flee a violent conflict between government forces and Boko Haram.

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Alena Aja Sustkova
Judy Dittman
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We have been publicly campaigning for Pfizer and GSK to lower the price of the pneumonia vaccine to $5/child for the past two years. It was time to try a different approach.
We have been publicly campaigning for Pfizer and GSK to lower the

So This is What It’s Like to Host a Hackathon – Doctors Without Borders – Medium

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Kristina Begonja
Colleen Ho
Jennifer Ann
Take a look behind the scenes of the making of a very different type of comic. Cartoonist Felix Schaad travelled with our teams in Ukraine to illustrate our work in the conflict-affected east of the country. See the final result here: [ Msf.me Link ]
Georgina Fox
Karin Exner
Cleonice Ribeiro
"We don’t speak each other’s language, but breastfeeding is something so natural… no official language is needed."
We dont speak each others language but breastfeeding is something so natural

South Sudan: Sad Names | Doctors without borders

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Basia Halliop
Ismaeel Faraj Al Luhaibi
"I wasn't prepared. It left a scar. It was the first time I was exposed to so much avoidable death." Five months in to his second assignment with MSF responding to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the job was taking it’s toll for Dr Javid Abdelmoneim. But just before things would get worse, a patient handed him a letter that changed his outlook and gave him the strength to carry on. Listen to the...
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Henk van der Westen
Ridge Pilcher
"Her oxygen levels fell to appallingly low levels and the atmosphere in the operating room became tense."
Her oxygen levels fell to appallingly low levels and the atmosphere in

Yemen: The little girl is losing oxygen | Doctors without borders

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Lukáš Hellebrandt
Evelyn Purple
Gary- Sue Walske
Dr Mark Sherlock is working at an MSF tuberculosis clinic in Nairobi, treating patients for some of the most deadly strains of the disease. In this first episode of his vlog, Mark tells us about his expectations of what it will be like to treat TB, a disease that he rarely encountered as a doctor in Ireland.
Laurence LM
Nina Hook-Zurlino
Lorin Magoc
"Fear hung over me: how would I be able to take these drugs for two years?"
"Fear hung over me: how would I be able to take these drugs for two years"

TB & Me: Abatgul's diary, part 3 - "When the drugs kick in"

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Gigi Foreman
Mays Rahal
"One day they just decided to send people back to Nigeria without explanation. We did not ask them to return us to our country: they forced us. We didn’t have a choice”
One day they just decided to send people back to Nigeria without

Nigeria: As refugees flee violence, others are forcibly returned

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Daniel Ward
Lynn Collver
Dike Victor
We don't only hire physicians! Find out what skilled professionals we recruit to help provide humanitarian assistance to people in crisis in more than 60 countries.
Zahra Hamidi
Djama Djama
Shwehla Marma
Registration for the MSF Fun Run closes at 6pm tomorrow! Sign up now and join us on 22 April, Regent's Park in London to get fit, have fun and raise funds for our lifesaving work around the world.
Registration for the MSF Fun Run closes at 6pm tomorrow Sign up

MSF Fun Run

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Fatimah Shiban
Carol Gover
Donna Cournoyer
"Never in my working life did I think I’d be asked to get slathered in fake blood, have my shirt ripped open, and run around screaming for the nearest doctor; but then again, I work for MSF"
Never in my working life did I think Id be asked to

I went to an MSF mass casualty simulation and this is what happened | Doctors without borders

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Lee Chook
Lynn Collver
"The story about operating on the boy’s head is spreading through the entire hospital..."

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"The story about operating on the boy’s head is spreading through the entire hospital"

"It's not luck that counts - it's preparation" | Doctors without borders

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Mendy Bennett
Mary Dodd
Vaish Mahen
Civilians are being attacked at levels not seen in years in the Central African Republic. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Civilians are being attacked at levels not seen in years in the Central African Republic

Central African Republic: Civilians Targeted in Sharply Escalating Conflict

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Patrick McDonald
Dolophine Amimo
Henk van der Westen
"This is not a place where one can afford to become sick. I wonder how all these mothers and children cope in such a hostile environment."
This is not a place where one can afford to become sick

South Sudan: Displaced and in danger

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Deb Saunders
Henk van der Westen
Martinsmaleeke Collins Babajide