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Ebola: “To create awareness among a population, you must listen”

Creating awareness is a key component of the response to an Ebola epidemic. It is impossible to...

Cholera in Mozambique: A Worrying Situation

Cases of cholera have been recorded in Mozambique since last December, but the epidemic has quickly...

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My life with HIV: Carmen

“This medication has made a big difference to my life. Before I was taking antiretrovirals, my husband would come back from work and find me just lying in bed. But now that I am taking the medicines I can cook alone, I can wash,...

30/07/2012 Mozambique

Walking For Days To Escape Violence: One Refugee's Crossing Into South Sudan

Amal is 28 years old and a mother of three. She and around 35,000 other refugees escaped violence in Sudan's Blue Nile State by crossing the border into South Sudan in May and June.

30/07/2012 South Sudan

Month in Focus December 2011

Video update on Médecins Sans Frontières activities in December 2011.

19/12/2011 Democratic Republic of Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Nigeria, Pakistan

Fear persists in western Ivory Coast

Wracked by violence earlier in the year, Duekoué is struggling to return to normal. In this key cocoa-producing town in western Ivory Coast, post-election violence was intensified by inter-comunal tensions and land rivalries....

07/12/2011 Côte d'Ivoire

Haiti - Specialist Maternity Care in a Container Ship Hospital

Giving birth in Haiti is risky. It has the highest maternal death rate in the western hemisphere and only a quarter of births are supervised by skilled medics. A new maternity hospital built entirely out of shipping containers,...

02/12/2011 Haiti
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