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Dadaab: Médecins Sans Frontières forced to close health posts and evacuate staff amid escalating insecurity

Médecins Sans Frontières has been forced to close health posts and evacuate staff from Dadaab...

"Simple diarrhoea can become a deadly disease for a child in Guinea-Bissau"

In November 2014, Médecins Sans Frontières launched a paediatric project in the region of Bafata in...


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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

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.

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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.

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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.

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09/07/2010 Sudan
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