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Ethiopia: Refugees attempt to survive in flooded camps

With the rainy season, Lietchuor refugee camp, which shelters some 40,000 people from South Sudan,...

Médecins Sans Frontières protocols for staff returning from Ebola-affected countries

Since the beginning of its operations in West Africa in March to combat the Ebola outbreak,...


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Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT), Blue House Clinic, Mathare

Mothers feel a lot of guilt knowing that their child may be born with HIV. Effective and timely use of antiretroviral drugs (ARV) can reduce the risk of transmission of HIV, from a mother to her child, by up to 40%. Feeding...

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07/03/2007 Kenya

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.

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18/08/2009 Kenya

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...

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15/06/2010 Nigeria

Flooding in northern Nigeria

In northern Nigeria, flooding near Goronyo town, Sokoto state, worsened significantly on 8 September, when a dam on the Rima River failed. An unknown number of villages below the dam have been flooded and tens of thousands of...

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13/09/2010 Nigeria

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...

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08/03/2011 Nigeria
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