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4 July, 2014
  Swaziland is a small, sub-Saharan African country with a population of only 1.2 million people and one of the world’s highest rates of both HIV prevalence and new TB infections. Since the early 1990’s, when these two diseases took root in the country, life expectancy has plummeted by more than 11 years. To support Swaziland in responding ...
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6 June, 2014
As we bid farewell to 2013 and welcome the new year, we would like to share with you the first issue of our internal intersectional newsletter. Download the newsletter
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6 June, 2014
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been working in Zimbabwe since the year 2000, and runs projects in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC). This report provides descriptive overviews of MSF's operational activities in Zimbabwe between January and December 2013. Download the report
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10 April, 2014
  Providing Scholarships to increase health work force capacity in rural areas Around the world, many developing countries are grappling with serious shortages of health staff in the public sector. Besides low outputs from training institutions and a gravitation of staff towards the private sector, health facilities in rural, hard to reach areas...
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8 April, 2014
  MSF has been providing medical and humanitarian assistance to migrants and asylum seekers in Greece since 1996, using its own funds. Since 2008, this has included responding to the urgent medical and humanitarian needs of migrants confined in administrative detention. During this period, MSF has repeatedly communicated its concerns about the...
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25 March, 2014
Download Doctors Without Borders (MSF) SA's Quarterly newsletter. 
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24 March, 2014
  This is the 8th edition of the MSF HIV/TB clinical guide. The first edition was developed for use in primary health care level HIV clinics opened by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in the township of Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa. It successfully became a practical reference tool for nurses and doctors in the clinics in Khayelitsha, and...
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20 March, 2014
  Executive summary: Global drug-resistant TB crisis demands mass mobilisation and new treatments Tuberculosis is one of the gravest public health threats facing the world today, and is all the more serious as drug resistance takes a grip. Tuberculosis (TB) is a curable disease, but an inadequate global response has allowed the growing epidemic...
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