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    Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) is an international, independent medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters.

    Doctors Without Borders warns of health and humanitarian impacts of climate change  in new 2021 Lancet Countdown Report
    Doctors Without Borders warns of health and humanitarian impacts of climate change in new 2021 Lancet Countdown Report
    Doctors Without Borders / MédecinsSansFrontières(MSF) is ...
    TB-PRACTECAL: Doctors Without Borders clinical trial finds short, effective and safe drug-resistant tuberculosis treatment
    TB-PRACTECAL: Doctors Without Borders clinical trial finds short, effective and safe drug-resistant tuberculosis treatment
    New results show a much shorter treatment regimen for drug-resistant TB is superior to current care
    Adding salt to the wound: Counter-terrorism and healthcare
    Adding salt to the wound: Counter-terrorism and healthcare
    It has been 50 years since Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) launched its medical humanitarian work and 20...
    Northern Syria: Health system overwhelmed in most severe COVID-19 outbreak yet
    Northern Syria: Health system overwhelmed in most severe COVID-19 outbreak yet
    Northern Syria - October 13th, 2021 - Northern Syria is experiencing its most severe recorded wave of COVID-19 yet, with needs fast outpacing limit...
    CAR: Return to Nzacko, a mirror of the Central African crisis
    CAR: Return to Nzacko, a mirror of the Central African crisis
    For months, inhabitants of Nzacko have fled their village and been unable to access humanitarian assistance due to insecurity. A few weeks ago, a D...
    Yemen: It’s not always a bullet that kills people
    Yemen: It’s not always a bullet that kills people
    Monica Costeira is a pediatrician at the neonatal unit of Al-Qanawis mother and child hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders in Hodeidah, Ye...
    Blood and community: How health promotion is saving lives in Nigeria
    Blood and community: How health promotion is saving lives in Nigeria
    Medical teams in Ngala were facing a major shortage of blood donors, with serious consequences. Health promoter Dogara Yohana explains how his team...
    Sudan: Putting refugees on the map
    Sudan: Putting refugees on the map
    When it comes to reaching vulnerable people in a crisis, our teams rely on accurate, up-to-date maps. However these can be hard to come by. Mapping...

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    Malnutrition is the biggest cause of death for children under five in parts of Africa. The solution is Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food, a peanut-milk paste that is tasty and easy to eat, and filled with the essential vitamins, minerals, fat and protein small bodies need.
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