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Médecins Sans Frontières finally able to start treating lead poisoned children in Bagega, Nigeria

Médecins Sans Frontières has finally been able to start medical treatment for children suffering...

Urgent action needed to prevent malaria deaths

An upsurge in malaria is likely to have serious consequences for people in Orientale province in...

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Sexual violence against migrant women in Morocco

Sub-Saharan migrant women have endured various forms of sexual violence in their countries of origin and on their way to Europe. Many are forced to leave their homes because of violence related to conflict or to escape forced...

31/03/2010 Morocco

Month in Focus: April 2010

Video update on Médecins Sans Frontières activities in April 2010. Includes Haiti, South Africa, Mayotte, Morocco and HIV/AIDS.

23/04/2010 Haiti, South Africa, Morocco

Precarious situation faced by migrants in South Africa

The reality of thousands of migrants arriving and existing on the margins in South Africa is grim. They lack access to proper health care, shelter and safety, while also facing violence, physical and verbal abuse, police...

13/05/2010 South Africa

Somalia: Restoring eyesight to hundreds of patients

In Galcayo, a surgeon born in Mogadishu, now based in the UK has returned to his country to perform life-changing eye surgeries. Supported by Médecins Sans Frontières, the doctor performed hundreds of operations during a ten day...

19/05/2010 Somalia

Month in Focus May 2010

Video update on Médecins Sans Frontières activities in May 2010. Includes South Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and Nigeria.

26/05/2010 South Africa, Sudan, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo
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