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Unobstructed motherhood: women delivering safely in Sidama, Ethiopia

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Photos: Preventing Malaria in Mali

Médecins Sans Frontières is carrying out chemopreventive treatment for malaria in 16 health areas of Ansongo, in the north of Mali.

21/10/2014 Mali

Amidst the ruins in Gaza

After 50 days of "Operation Protective Edge", a ceasefire was declared on 26 August in Gaza. In addition to the material destruction, the death toll was particularly heavy with more than 2,000 casualties, one-quarter of which...

17/09/2014 Palestinian Territories

Myanmar: Improved treatment for AIDS-related blindness

For the first time in Myanmar, patients have begun receiving oral treatment for Cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis, a neglected opportunistic disease linked to HIV/AIDS which can cause permanent blindness. Although this drug has...

31/07/2014 Myanmar (Burma)

Gaza: A night in Al Shifa hospital

22 July, 8 am: The Médecins Sans Frontières team is returning from Al Shifa hospital, in the centre of Gaza City. Throughout the night, the wounded have been streaming into the emergency department – many of them patients...

24/07/2014 Palestinian Territories

Photo Story: Alarming malnutrition rates in Leer, South Sudan

Alarming malnutrition rates are being recorded in parts of South Sudan. In Leer, a town nestled in the swampy marshlands that surround the White Nile river, Médecins Sans Frontières is seeing this problem first hand.

15/07/2014 South Sudan
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