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Bringing in new life with Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Bringing in new life with Syrian refugees in Lebanon
MSF teams in Lebanon work to ensure healthy pregnancies and safe deliveries for thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing the war across the border.
Alive and Positive: Ten years living with HIV
Alive and Positive: Ten years living with HIV
In Epworth, on the outskirts of the Zimbabwean capital Harare, 10-year-old Tanya has lived with HIV throughout her life
Maiduguri, Nigeria: 'Everything we left behind is lost'
Maiduguri, Nigeria: 'Everything we left behind is lost'
Over 2 million internally displaced people now live in camps across Nigeria’s Borno State, where MSF helps provide healthcare to the most vulnerable.
CAR: “We have nowhere else to go”
CAR: “We have nowhere else to go”
Despite the worst violence in the Central African Republic being over, many communities are caught up in daily insecurity
The Anatomy of a Rescue
The Anatomy of a Rescue
Courtney Bercan tells the story of her first rescue mission on board MSF rescue vessel Dignity 1
Drug could save thousands of SA DR-TB patients, but Japanese pharma company holds key
Drug could save thousands of SA DR-TB patients, but Japanese pharma company holds key
New drugs like delamanid promise the opportunity of more successful, tolerable treatment regimens to patients who have few other options available
MSF’s Fezile Kanju – focused on saving the lives of mothers and children in Pakistan
MSF’s Fezile Kanju – focused on saving the lives of mothers and children in Pakistan
An MSF fieldworker from South Africa is using her skills to help at-risk mothers and children in Pakistan
Jonine Lotter: “A safe zone turned into a war zone”
Jonine Lotter: “A safe zone turned into a war zone”
Medical facilities, patients and health workers should not be targets
MSF assists in Mediterranean Sea rescues involving 3 000 people in a single day
MSF assists in Mediterranean Sea rescues involving 3 000 people in a single day
'This unbelievable number speaks to the desperation people are facing'
​Governments must set medical research policies aligned with people’s health needs
​Governments must set medical research policies aligned with people’s health needs
People in developing countries can’t afford essential drugs as pharmaceutical corporations under-invest in research for non-lucrative diseases
High price of vaccine blocks immunising more refugee children against pneumonia
High price of vaccine blocks immunising more refugee children against pneumonia
Make your voice heard in MSF's initiative to make vaccines accessible

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