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Myanmar seeks new ways to tackle urgent health threat of drug-resistant TB

Country’s first international symposium to tackle DR-TB crisis begins 22 August

"These people need assistance, more than ever.”

Christine Bimansha is a medical doctor from Congo and one of Médecins Sans Frontières’ experienced...

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Haiti: In labour, with cholera

Isaie Jeanty hospital is a Haitian Ministry of Health maternity hospital in Port au Prince, which has received support from Médecins Sans Frontières since March 2010. The Médecins Sans Frontières teams focus on the obstetric...

09/12/2010 Haiti

Haiti: Supporting the national staff to support their people

Rebecca Bennett is an Australian psychologist working in Haiti. Here she journals her experiences during her time in the earthquake-affected country.

09/07/2010 Haiti

Haiti: “Call for backup – all hands on deck!”

Médecins Sans Frontières project coordinator Ahmed Fadel describes the fast reactions, the teamwork and the emotional extremes involved in responding to an emergency at Chatuley Hospital in Léogâne, Haiti.

22/08/2013 Haiti

Haiti: “If She Does Not Drink, She Will Die”

Interview with Michelle Mays, Médecins Sans Frontières nurse

03/12/2010 Haiti

Head of Mission

While peace looms in southern Sudan, the very violent and hidden civil war in the Darfur provinces in western Sudan continues to rage, displacing half a mission of people. Last weekend the government of Sudan (GoS) finally gave...

16/03/2004 Sudan

Head of Mission, Sudan

Australian Philip Humphris, from Victoria, is Médecins Sans Frontières head of mission in Sudan. He has returned from Darfur and, as the number of aid actors in Darfur continues to decrease because of the violence, explains what...

20/02/2007 Sudan

Healing Amidst the Conflict

I am lying in bed. I hear gunfire, two loud shots… maybe mortar fire? I am not exactly an expert on guns.

17/02/2014 Central African Republic

Ivory Coast: “Wounded Patients Are Stable, But Their Problems Are Not Over”

Hundreds of people died and hundreds of others were seriously wounded during an outbreak of violence that occurred in the Duékoué region of western Ivory Coast between March 28 and 30. A Médecins Sans Frontières surgical team...

15/04/2011 Ivory Coast

Japan: "The people around me in Kenya saw it as an event in another world, but for me it was my problem."

Shintaro Hayashi is a general practitioner and a specialist in gastroenterology who recently returned from a two-week placement in the area of northeast Japan that has been devastated by the earthquake and tsunami. His home is...

11/04/2011 Japan

Lab technician

Olivia Yacoub is a lab technician from Houghton in South Australia. Olivia's has recently completed her first mission with Médecins Sans Frontières in Chiradzulu, Malawi. She has justed arrived in Liberia to commence her second...

16/10/2006 Malawi
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