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Chagas Chagas is a parasitic disease found on the American continent, where it affects 13 million people and kills up to 50,000 every year. The disease is transmitted by an insect that lives in the walls and roofs of mud and straw houses, common among rural areas and poor urban slums in South America. Millions of people, including those infected decades ago, go undetected and untreated. This is...
Within a matter of minutes natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis andhurricanes can overwhelm an entire population. Thousands of people can be injured or traumatised by the loss of family, friends and homes. Clean water, healthcare and transport are also often casualties in these disasters. Rapid medical care and coordinated emergency response are vital to protect survivors...
When conflicts erupt, MSF immediately sends teams of doctors, surgeons, anaesthetists, specialised nurses and logisticians to the field with the necessary equipment to establish operating rooms and clinics, provide essential health care and train local medical and support staff. Nutrition services and epidemic control programmes are often an essential part of MSF’s life-saving services...
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