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Ebola: Epidemic is not over – key areas still need to be tackled

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa continues, albeit with decreasing intensity. The virus has...

Médecins Sans Frontières launches global women’s health multimedia feature

“Because Tomorrow Needs Her” Explores Multiple Health Challenges Affecting Women


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Radio New Zealand: Ebola burial workers in Sierra Leone dump bodies in protest


Chatu Yapa, a New Zealand doctor working in Monrovia with Médecins Sans Frontières, talks to New Zealand Radio.

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ABC Hobart: Médecins Sans Frontières logistical Paul Yarnall talks on his work with HIV in Kenya


26-year-old Hobartian, Paul Yarnall, is working with Médecins Sans Frontières to prevent AIDS in Africa.

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MindFood: Shades of Grey in the Warm Heart of Africa


In Malawi, one in every 10 people is estimated to be infected with HIV. Therapist June Woodford shares her experiences working with at-risk adolescents in the area.

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ABC Background Briefing: Dear world, please help save us from Ebola


Ebola crippled three African nations before the world woke up to the outbreak when it reached the US and Europe. Wendy Carlisle charts the rapid spread of the virus and the belated response of Australia and the other nations best...

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ABC 7.30: Ebola Battle


Médecins Sans Frontières' field workers share their stories as they join the battle against ebola.

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The Ballarat Courier: Former Ballarat nurse Louise Johnston condemns slow aid response to ebola crisis


A Ballarat nurse fighting the ebola crisis in west Africa has condemned the international community for its delayed response. Stationed at the centre of the crisis in west Africa, Louise Johnston spoke to The Courier from...

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Daily News: Pakistan hospital an eye-opener for Dwyer


Jess Dwyer has been busy saving babies from death's door in Pakistan. She has just returned from volunteering in Peshawar where she headed the nursing team at a neo-natal unit, which was newly built by non-profit organisation...

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ABC PM: Ebola cases declining in Liberia, rising in Sierra Leone


No country has been worse hit by the Ebola outbreak than Liberia. Jon Edwards, the advocacy manager for Médecins Sans Frontières, spoke to David Mark.

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ABC Radio Australia: Drones trialled getting tuberculosis samples from PNG villages


Médecins Sans Frontières has adopted a novel approach trialling small unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs, or drones as their commonly known.

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Medical Observer: An eye-opening experience


Australian GP Dr Roslyn Brooks shares in her work experience of Uganda.

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