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Drug-resistant TB has long been neglected by the international community, with the lack of appropriate tools to diagnose people among the plague of issues that prevents many people being diagnosed and receiving treatment. Download the full report here.  
This report - now in its third edition - analyses the sources and prices of medicines used to treat drug-resistant TB (DR-TB), examines the key factors that shape the access environment for DR-TB medicines, reviews the research and development landscape for DR-TB treatment regimens, and makes recommendations for the way forward to reach more people and improve treatment outcomes. Download the...
  The Musina Model of Care is a proven strategy for agricultural workers based on distant farms, with the added element of being sensitive to the health needs of migrants.  This integrated mobile approach provided core minimum services, including antiretroviral therapy (ART). By focusing on ten farm outreach points selected from a catchment area of 60 farms,...
MSF's International Financial Report 2012 Summary
This report is a guide for policymakers, treatment providers and advocates interested in learning more about laboratory-based and point-of-care viral load HIV diagnostic products, and point-of-care CD4 HIV diagnostic products.   Download the report: Putting HIV Treatment to the Test The report includes: Information on how routine viral...
  Download the reportRead the report online Findings from MSF’s intervention in detention facilities for migrants Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters. In Greece, MSF has been offering...
  Providing Antiretroviral Therapy in Rural Zimbabwe 2002 - 2012   MSF Activity Report 2012: Zimbabwe   Activity Report 2012, Zimbabwe: MSF Belgium mission   Newsletter: MSF in Zimbabwe   MSF Activity Report 2013: Zimbabwe...
  Download Niger_Dossier_tackling-malaria-malnutrition.pdfA cycle of malnutritionIn the Sahel region, life is governed by the seasons. A short but intense rainy season lasts from May to September, followed by a long dry season from October to April. People rely heavily on crops grown during the rainy season. Typically there is a long lean period between harvests, knows as the ’...
    Over the last ten years, as the European Union (EU) has tightened its border controls and increasingly externalised its migration policies, Morocco has changed from being just a transit country for migrants en route to Europe to being both a transit and destination country by default. MSF’s experience demonstrates that the longer sub-Saharan migrants stay in Morocco the...
        Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) SA's Quarterly newsletter.
  Download the report In 2011-2012, drought and conflict caused widespread food shortages resulting in a malnutrition peak well above emergency levels in Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) programs, and spurred the displacement of tens of thousands of people within south central Somalia and to Ethiopia and Kenya. Soaring prices for domestic and international food, insecurity, and the...
   The ongoing crisis in Syria is forcing ever more Syrians to flee their homeland insearch of safety. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) reportedin late January that more than 165,000 refugees had officially been registered in Lebanon alone, and that almost 77,000 more were in the process of being registered. An estimated 50,000 additional refugees are...
   The hidden cost of inactionA 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 erratic drug supply also...
    A presentation on 'The Leaking PMTCT Cascade Experience' from MSF projects in Zimbabwe and Lesotho
    Zimbabwe has an adult HIV prevalence of 14.3% and an estimated 582,000 people requiring antiretroviral treatment.In 2004, Médecins sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and the MoH launched a decentralised HIV/TB programme in the rural Buhera district of Zimbabwe. To date 16,217 patients have ever been initiated on antiretroviral therapy (ART). Care is provided at...
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