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Decentralisation key for scaling up MDR-TB treatment in Myanmar

As the world marks 133 years since the discovery of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis,...

Yemen: Médecins Sans Frontières receives more than 60 patients after Aden clashes

Médecins Sans Frontières’ emergency surgical unit in Aden received more than 60 patients on March...


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Podcast: Somalia remains in the grip of a major humanitarian crisis

The humanitarian crisis in Somalia, in the Horn of Africa, was major headline news last year. Although media attention has faded, Somalia remains in the grip of a major humanitarian crisis. This is strikingly clear from the...

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12/06/2012 Somalia

South Sudan: Interview with field coordinator Karel Janssens

Pibor, South Sudan, 23 January 2012

(4.3 MB)

25/01/2012 South Sudan

Podcast: Children With HIV Need More Treatment Options; DNDi Steps In

Without proper treatment, half of the 370,000 children newly infected with HIV last year will die before they reach their second birthday. But very few medicines are designed and adapted specifically for children, and are...

(12.7 MB)


Podcast: Preventing and treating obstetric fistulas in Nigeria

Obstetric fistulas, most often the result of prolonged obstructed labor, is an opening that occurs between the bladder and the vagina, or between the rectum and the vagina and causes a woman to become incontinent, among other...

(12.0 MB)

08/03/2011 Nigeria

Afghanistan: ‘For Patients to Feel Safe and to Be Safe’

Country Representative Michiel Hofman explains why the independence of aid in a war is in the best interest of the patient.

(5.6 MB)

02/12/2010 Afghanistan
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