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      Belarus: Three hundred patients start innovative TB treatment programme
      Belarus
      Belarus: Three hundred patients start innovative TB treatment programme
      “On the tenth day of my treatment, I could tell that something was wrong with my ears,” says Maria. “The drugs were affecting my auditory nerve. Havin...
      Tuberculosis (TB)
      Access to medicines
      Infectious diseases
      One month after the declaration of the Ebola epidemic: What Doctors Without Borders is doing in Uganda
      Uganda
      One month after the declaration of the Ebola epidemic: What Doctors Without Borders is doing in Uganda
      Since September 20, 2022, the day the Ebola epidemic was declared in Uganda, Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontière (MSF) has been working ...
      Ebola
      Bangladesh: Poor water and sanitation services expose Rohingya community to disease
      Bangladesh
      Bangladesh: Poor water and sanitation services expose Rohingya community to disease
      A recent assessment byDoctors Without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières(MSF) in the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, shows that five years si...
      Rohingya refugee crisis
      Syria: After 15 years, Cholera appears again in the country
      Syria
      Syria: After 15 years, Cholera appears again in the country
      Since September 2022, parts of Syria including northeast Syria (NES) and northwest Syria (NWS) have been facing a major cholera outbreak. First linked...
      Cholera
      Haiti: Doctors Without Borders responds to a resurgence of cholera cases in collaboration with the authorities
      Haiti
      Haiti: Doctors Without Borders responds to a resurgence of cholera cases in collaboration with the authorities
      Port-au-Prince- Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) joined the Haitian health authorities in the emergency response to treat pati...
      Cholera
      Nigeria: Catastrophic malnutrition crisis in northwest Nigeria must be recognized
      Nigeria
      Nigeria: Catastrophic malnutrition crisis in northwest Nigeria must be recognized
      Abuja:As the malnutrition crisis in northwest Nigeria continues at catastrophic levels, Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is ca...
      Malnutrition
      Out of sight: neglected malnutrition crisis threatens tens of thousands of children in northwest Nigeria
      Nigeria
      Out of sight: neglected malnutrition crisis threatens tens of thousands of children in northwest Nigeria
      Abuja: A growing, yet largely ignored, malnutrition crisis is unfolding in northwest Nigeria, which threatens the lives of tens of thousands of childr...
      Malnutrition
      Uganda: Doctors Without Borders responds to Ebola outbreak
      Uganda
      Uganda: Doctors Without Borders responds to Ebola outbreak
      Immediately after the declaration of an Ebola outbreak in Uganda, which followed the detection of an infected person in the centre of the country, the...
      Ebola
      Lithuania: Repeated pushbacks at the border causing mental and physical suffering to people on the move
      Europe
      Lithuania: Repeated pushbacks at the border causing mental and physical suffering to people on the move
      Asylum seekers and migrants, including families with young children, are being subjected to repeated pushbacks between the borders of Lithuania and Be...
      Refugees