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      Ukraine: Data and patient accounts reveal consistent indiscriminate attacks against civilians
      Ukraine
      Ukraine: Data and patient accounts reveal consistent indiscriminate attacks against civilians
      22 June 2022, Lviv/Brussels – Medical data and accounts from patients evacuated on Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) medical r...
      War and conflict
      Antibiogo: a revolutionary application to tackle Antibiotic resistance
      Antibiogo: a revolutionary application to tackle Antibiotic resistance
      Paris, June 14th, 2022.Recently CE-certified, the Antibiogo application will be deployed as of this summer in several Doctors Without Borders / Médeci...
      Antibiotic resistance
      Iraq: Bringing vital medical care closer to the people of Hawija District
      Iraq
      Iraq: Bringing vital medical care closer to the people of Hawija District
      Despite more than four and a half years since Iraq’s Hawija district was retaken from the control of the Islamic State (IS) group, the population in t...
      Non-communicable diseases
      Fighting tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea
      Papua New Guinea
      Fighting tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea
      In Papua New Guinea, Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières(MSF)is working with patients to strengthen prevention, diagnosis and treatment...
      Tuberculosis (TB)
      Infectious diseases
      Hong Kong: Doctors Without Borders partners with local NGO to launch mobile vaccination programme for homebound elderly
      Hong Kong
      Hong Kong: Doctors Without Borders partners with local NGO to launch mobile vaccination programme for homebound elderly
      Mrs Chan Au Kwai Fan, in her 80s, has spent most of her years in Wong Tai Sin. She moved to the district after marrying her husband, Chan Choi Yip, an...
      COVID-19 vaccines
      COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease)
      Haiti: A wave of violence in Port-au-Prince
      Haiti
      Haiti: A wave of violence in Port-au-Prince
      In the capital of Haiti, 96 people with gunshot wounds received by Doctors Without Borders in recent weeks.
      violen
      Hong Kong: The elderly and vulnerable groups must not be isolated in any future outbreak response
      Hong Kong
      Hong Kong: The elderly and vulnerable groups must not be isolated in any future outbreak response
      Amidst the 5th wave of COVID-19 infections in Hong Kong, the magnitude and severity of the crisis left the elderly and vulnerable groups isolated and ...
      COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease)
      Madagascar: Struggling for water across Great South
      Madagascar
      Madagascar: Struggling for water across Great South
      Obtaining water for drinking, cooking and washing is an everyday struggle for people in Madagascar’s Great South. Periods of drought – extremely frequ...
      Doctors Without Borders and its partners’ TB PRACTECAL Clinical Trial will be included in the updated WHO global guidance on treatment
      Doctors Without Borders and its partners’ TB PRACTECAL Clinical Trial will be included in the updated WHO global guidance on treatment
      Geneva, 3 May2022 - Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) are pleased that,having shared the results of TBPRACTECAL, our clinical t...
      Access to medicines
      Tuberculosis (TB)