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Dadaab: Médecins Sans Frontières forced to close health posts and evacuate staff amid escalating insecurity

Médecins Sans Frontières has been forced to close health posts and evacuate staff from Dadaab...

"Simple diarrhoea can become a deadly disease for a child in Guinea-Bissau"

In November 2014, Médecins Sans Frontières launched a paediatric project in the region of Bafata in...


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ABC Hobart: Hobart volunteer readjusting to life back home


After working in east Africa with humanitarian organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres, Hobart's Paul Yarnall said it can be difficult to readjust to society.

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Nurses Uncut: Midwife Without Borders


Midwife Liz Milroy joined the humanitarian aid organisation Médecins Sans Frontières in 2012. She has been on two assignments, working as a midwife in Papua New Guinea and Jordan.

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ABC Radio Australia: MSF urges pharmaceutical companies to cut prices, save lives


Global pharmaceutical giants are being called on to slash the price of their pneumococcal vaccines for developing nations, including many in the Pacific.

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3 News: Kiwi doctor fighting Ebola urges more help


A Northland doctor battling the Ebola crisis in west Africa wants more Kiwis to join the fight.

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The Guardian: 'Nothing prepares you for the brutality,' says Australian nurse


Australian nurse Brett Adamson had worked in Africa before, but he said nothing could prepare him for the “sheer brutality” of the Ebola virus.

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Sydney Morning Herald: Health clinics refuse to treat non-Ebola patients


Health clinics in some west African countries are refusing to take pregnant women or patients who have contracted malaria in fear of the Ebola virus, says Médecins Sans Frontières nurse Brett Adamson.

Category: Media Victorian nurse Jessica Lovel to celebrate Christmas in Iraq refugee camp


FOR many of us, Christmas is synonymous with eating, drinking and gifts. But while we’re stuffing ourselves silly, Australians working in international aid will experience a very different festive season.

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The Australian: Ebola workers named Time Person of the Year


Health workers fighting Ebola through “tireless acts of courage and mercy” have been named Time’s 2014 Person of the Year, the magazine has announced.

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Yahoo!7 News: Fear, hope mark life inside Ebola centre


Médecins Sans Frontières health worker Benjamin Black writes about his experiences at an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone.

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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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