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26 January, 2013
      The hidden cost of inaction A rapid MSF survey showed the depot crisis’ direct impact on thousands of regular patients who couldn’t get their drugs. Several hundred people now potentially face a lifetime of drug-resistance to first line treatment, while scores of unnecessary deaths potentially resulted from the acute break in service...
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7 January, 2013
The hidden cost of inaction A rapid MSF survey showed the depot crisis’ direct impact on thousands of regular patients who couldn’t get their drugs. Several hundred people now potentially face a lifetime of drug-resistance to first line treatment, while scores of unnecessary deaths potentially resulted from the acute break in service delivery. The...
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9 December, 2012
    A practical manual for primary care clinicians
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1 December, 2012
This Clinical Mentorship Manual comes at a time when a renewed focus is being placed on strengthening the delivery and improving the quality of Primary Health Care (PHC) services, the cornerstone of the national health care system.
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30 November, 2012
   
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30 November, 2012
    Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) SA's Quarterly newsletter.
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27 November, 2012
South Sudan's most Violent state - Jonglei has been the epicentre of violence in South Sudan in the past 18 months. Over the period covered by this report, from January 2011 to September 2012, just under half of reported ‘conflict incidents‘ and over half of reported ‘conflict-related’ deaths and displacements in South Sudan had taken place in...
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26 November, 2012
    South Sudan's most Violent state - Jonglei has been the epicentre of violence in South Sudan in the past 18 months. Over the period covered by this report, from January 2011 to September 2012, just under half of reported ‘conflict incidents‘ and over half of reported ‘conflict-related’ deaths and displacements in South Sudan had taken place in...
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15 November, 2012
On May 9th and 10th, 2012 Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders (MSF), the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Health held an International Conference on Lead Poisoning, with a special focus on the Zamfara crisis, which brought together leading medical, environmental and mining experts, government...
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14 November, 2012
    On May 9th and 10th, 2012 Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders (MSF), the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Health held an International Conference on Lead Poisoning, with a special focus on the Zamfara crisis, which brought together leading medical, environmental and mining experts,...
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