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“Providing safe childbirth to Nigerian mothers”

Sivapalan Namasivay is an experienced anaesthetist. Since 2011, he has worked on several...

Afghanistan: Kunduz eyewitness - “They had just been working in the hospital to help people... and now they are dead"

Médecins Sans Frontières nurse Lajos Zoltan Jecs (photographed above in Kabul in 2013) was in...


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Revolutionary new vaccine: winning the battle against meningitis A

Interview on impact of new meningococcal A conjugate vaccine with Australian Médecins Sans Frontières medical advisor, Dr. Cathy Hewison.more

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Podcast: Malnutrition Crisis in Chad

Food insecurity is particularly severe in areas of the Sahel region this year; Médecins Sans Frontières is conducting emergency nutrition interventions.

(8.2 MB)

19/08/2010 Chad

Podcast: Responding to floods in Pakistan

Responding to the floods in Pakistan, a helicopter assessment of areas cut off from aid reminded one Médecins Sans Frontières Emergency Coordinator of the aftermath of the 2004-2005 tsunami.

09/08/2010 Pakistan

Podcast: Neonatal care in South Sudan

Keeping babies alive during the first 28 days of their lives is challenging in some parts of the world, including Aweil, Southern Sudan, where Médecins Sans Frontières runs a neonatal care program.

(8.2 MB)

09/07/2010 Sudan

Interview with Lauren Cooney, Emergency Manager, Nigeria

Could you introduce yourself? Where are you? And what are you doing at the moment? My name is Lauren Cooney. I’m an emergency manager with Médecins Sans Frontières. And I’m currently in the north of Nigeria supporting Médecins...more

(2.5 MB)

15/06/2010 Nigeria

Interview with Veronique de Clerck, Emergency Coordinator, Samoa

We’ve actually seen quite a positive and impressive response. The main affected areas are on the south coast, from the far eastern tip which is a town called Lalomanu. It’s taken away about half of the south coast of Upolu...more

(2.0 MB)


What does it take to be a logistician?

Damien Moloney was feeling a little lost until he saw an ad for an emergency field logistician working with Médecins San Frontières.more

(5.2 MB)

18/08/2009 Kenya
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