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“It does make you angry and very sad to see the impact on people’s lives”

28/09/2012

Ruth Priestley is an operating theatre nurse from Australia who recently spent nine weeks working in Syria with Médecins Sans Frontières. Here she discusses some of the patients who made a big impact on her, and how the situation...

Category: Field news

Malaria: "we may have found a real way to fight it"

26/09/2012

Since July, Médecins Sans Frontières has been employing seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) for the first time in two Sahelian countries. The initial results are encouraging, notably for the number of avoided cases. Dr...

Category: Field news

Novel program shows strong promise in malaria prevention

26/09/2012

Médecins Sans Frontières' malaria prevention pilot projects in Mali and Chad show dramatic, promising results; malaria cases and hospitalisation plummet.

 

Category: Press releases

Physiotherapy in the Gaza Strip

21/09/2012

The Israeli blockade, which has been in place since 2007, makes it very difficult for anyone to leave the Gaza Strip. As a result, Palestinian health professionals are not able to go abroad for further training or to update their...

Category: Field news
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