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MSF’s post-operative care unit in Zaatari refugee camp has been forced to shut down its activities after almost three years of providing rehabilitative convalescent care to war-wounded Syrians due to Jordan’s decision to seal its borders with Syria. Read more below.

Jordan: Sealed borders forces the closure of MSF clinic for war-wounded Syrians in Zaatari refugee camp

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Dokters Sonder Grense (MSF) bring mediese behandeling aan alle mense in noodsituasies ongeag wie of waar hulle is. Vind meer uit: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sexual violence is a medical emergency in Haiti. In the nine months since opening, 359 people have come to the MSF Pran Men m clinic after surviving an incident of sexual violence.

This is more than one a day, to a relatively unknown clinic situated in the centre of a huge and heavily-populated metropolitan zone where many residents have trouble finding transport.

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"After much suffering and tiredness, my dream has finally come true. My life has gone from living in a "jungle" to living in a house with a real bed."

Mahmoud, a 26-year-old from Syria, fled Manbij in Aleppo province two years ago and in April 2016 he finally managed to get across to England in the back of a lorry. He shares his story below.
Two months after Hurricane Matthew, that has devastated southwestern Haiti, thousands of people are still severely affected by the inadequate shelter, lack of food and access to safe drinking water. Some remote communities have yet to receive assistance!
Ngezinkathi zengozi, thina oDokotela Abengenayo Imingcele (MSF) sinikeza abantu abalinyazwe yizenzakaliso zemvelo nokulwa okwezempilo. Thola okubanzi: [ Bit.ly Link ]
MSF opened the new Mother and Child care centre in February 2016, to provide free reproductive health services and safe deliveries to more than 16,000 women of child-bearing age in Majdal Anjar which is considered one of the poorest regions in Lebanon and is home to more than 80,000 Syrian refugees since the beginning of the war in Syria. #WeCare
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Lebanon: "I still remember the first child born at our centre”

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More than 4,650 people have died or gone missing the waters of the Mediterranean Sea since January 1st this year.This is the highest number since records began (and the real number is likely much higher!) and there is still a month to go.

Again we reiterate the desperate need for the European Union and its member states to radically shift their policy away from deterrence, targeting...
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10 Things You Need To Know About The Mediterranean Crisis

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"I've got to stress to you that this journey does not start in the Mediterranean sea. It's an incredibly long, arduous trip. I spoke to these guys last week from Liberia and they're terrified. They saw a lot of people dying along the way - it's a deadly route." Watch Ed's vlog from the Mediterranean.
MSF CATCH UP: We know you had a hectic week, which is why we made life simple for you with a catch up of MSF in 7 days.
A review of our adolescent cohort data in Myanmar indicates that our HIV adolescent patients are almost three times more likely to fail first-line ARV treatment than their adult counterparts. While only 6% of our adult patients are on second-line treatment, it is 16% for our HIV+ youth. Unfortunately: 28% of our adolescent patients on second-line had a detectable viral load at their last test...
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Myanmar: Don't let adolescents with HIV slip away

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DID YOU KNOW: In 2013, over 35 million people were living with HIV. With 25 million people who are HIV-positive, Africa is by far the worst affected continent. But, in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the number of people living with HIV has increased by 250% between 2001 and 2010. In Russia, the number of HIV-positive cases almost doubled between 2006 and 2012.
#FieldworkerFridays: This weeks' pick is the lovely Alice Otiato who is MSF’s Project Coordinator at Epworth Clinic on the outskirts of Harare, Zimbabwe. Alice works with a team that has provided free, quality medical care to more than 30,000 HIV patients over the past decade...
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In 2016, Southern Africans worked with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in many countries around the world – from Afghanistan to Zambia. Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WeCare
In August MSF launched a hard-hitting report "Untreated Violence", exposing alarming levels of sexual violence, particularly rape, in the Rustenburg Local Municipality on South Africa’s platinum mining belt.
Once again, rape and sexual violence in South Africa is on the national agenda as we commemorate 16 Days of No Violence Against Women and Children (25 November – 10 December).
To mark World Aids Day, 01 December 2016, we sent photographer Rachel Corner to visit Epworth and record the stories of the lives of some of our patients in the ten years since the clinic first opened. Meet some of the people Rachel met at one of the community antiretroviral therapy support groups (CARG) that the MSF clinic runs. Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
To mark World AIDS Day 2016 we hear from people like Florence - the 1st patient from MSF's Epworth HIV program 10 years ago. “Being diagnosed HIV positive doesn’t affect me anymore, although initially, it upset me. Now that I have accepted the situation it hasn’t changed the course of my life,” says Florence.

Surviving HIV in Zimbabwe

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Sexual Gender Based Violence is not "just a woman's problem". Men & boys are also affected, they just don't speak up. As we commemorate 16 Days of No Violence Against Women and Children (25 November – 10 December), #DontExcuseAbuse speak up.
In August MSF launched a hard-hitting report "Untreated Violence", exposing alarming levels of sexual violence, particularly rape, in the Rustenburg Local Municipality on South Africa’s platinum mining belt.
Once again, rape and sexual violence in South Africa is on the national agenda as we commemorate 16 Days of No Violence Against Women and Children (25 November – 10 December).
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) nurses, doctors and other fieldworkers come from all around the world, including Southern Africa. Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WeCare