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Government restrictions severely impacting access to healthcare in Rakhine State

28/05/2013

Nearly a year since deadly inter-ethnic clashes in Rakhine state first broke out, conditions in the displaced persons camps, combined with movement restrictions and ongoing segregation of Rakhine and Muslim communities, are...

Category: Press releases

Myanmar: Médecins Sans Frontières Calls for Increased Response to Cyclone Aftermath

10/11/2010

More than two weeks after Cyclone Giri struck the west coast of Myanmar on 22 October, the emergency response is insufficient to meet people's needs. The cyclone caused massive destruction in villages east and south of Sittwe,...

Category: Press releases

Myanmar: One year after cyclone Nargis

01/05/2009

One year after cyclone Nargis massively damaged the Irrawaddy Delta, reconstruction work is in progress, thanks to the effort of many national and international agencies.

Category: Field news

Myanmar: One year after cyclone

01/05/2009

2 May 2008, Cyclone Nargis struck southern Myanmar with tremendous force leaving around 140,000 dead or missing, and many more destitute.

Category: Video gallery, MSF Response

A window to wider health needs

29/10/2008

Six months have passed since cyclone Nargis devastated Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, leaving an estimated 130,000 people dead or missing and altering the region immeasurably.

Category: Field news
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