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24 January, 2013
  Baby Carlos was born 5 weeks premature, in this video he is 7-weeks-old. His mother died after the delivery. She had malaria and a bowel perforation and was sent to the larger Sokoto hospital, a 90 minute drive from Goronyo. There was no room in the surgical ward for her, and while another solution was being sought, she died. She was fifteen. Carlos was left alone at the Goronyo hospital and staff feared he was not going to make it. "But he was very strong, he wanted to live" said...
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15 January, 2013
Syria: Helpless and destitute civiliansTuberculosis: something positive to report!International conference: endangered livesSouth Sudan - Yida: closely monitoring the situationDemocratic Republic of Congo: Preventing measles in displaced children      
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11 November, 2012
    Honduras – Response to an “epidemic of violence”Malaria – Offering children a chanceSomaliland – Helping women in childbirthDRC – A young boy’s dream    
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6 November, 2012
  Congo – Yaws in the forestNiger – Malaria & Malnutrition, the double sentenceSri Lanka – End of missionNovartis – Court case in India begins
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19 October, 2012
    South African Afro Pop group Mafikizolo's Nhlanhla Nciza donates to Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) to help MSF provide medical care to those in need across the world. Want to help too? Watch this video and find out how.
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17 October, 2012
Cambodia has one of the highest tuberculosis burdens in the world, according to the World Health Organisation. TB and its drug-resistant forms can be extremely difficult to diagnose and treat, especially in resource-poor countries, where the disease takes advantage of immune systems weaken by malnutrition and HIV, and people have limited access to health care. MSF has been working to improve TB diagnosis, treatment, and training in southeastern city of Kampong Cham.
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19 September, 2012
"Ordinary Day" is a TV commercial that follows the sights, sounds and experiences of MSF fieldworkers as they go to extraordinary lengths to ensure people in need get quality emergency medical care during conflicts, and man-made and natural disasters in more than 60 countries around the world.  
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17 September, 2012
      Syria – An undercover hospitalSouth Sudan – An improved situation in YidaEthiopia – Sudanese refugees displacedGuinea & Sierra Leone – “Coastal Cholera”Uganda – Containing EbolaPhilippines – Torrential rains
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16 September, 2012
    A food crisis is affecting an estimated 18 million people across Africa's Sahel region right now, including in Niger, where four million children are projected to suffer from acute malnutrition, with at least one million at risk of developing severe acute malnutrition. At the same time, 80 percent of children who come to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) clinics in Niger test positive for malaria. MSF is trying to reach those who need help the most.  
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21 August, 2012
South Sudan - A humanitarian crisisUganda - Escaping conflict in KivuDRC - Malaria outbreakBurkina Faso - Malnutrition decreasesZimbabwe - HIV:from Washington to Harare
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