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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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9 August, 2012
In August 2011, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) opened a 70-bed emergency trauma center in Kunduz, a city of 250,000 people in the north of Afghanistan. It's the only hospital of its kind in the region, and, like all MSF hospitals, no guns are allowed, and treatment is free. Patients arrive here every day, and with a variety of injuries.
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1 August, 2012
More than 55,000 refugees find themselves cramped in Yida camp which was initially intended to host 15,000 people. Every day, families arrive tired and weakened by their journey to escape Sudan. Despite the increasing aid, the situation in the camp is a major humanitarian disaster. According to a survey by MSF, since June at least five children are dying every day. The adult mortality rate is alarming too, with two deaths per 10,000 people per day, a figure well above the emergency threshold.
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9 July, 2012
South Sudan – 200 000 refugees from Sudan Gaza Strip – Specialised surgery penalised by the embargo Malnutrition in the Sahel – A whole new approach required Swaziland – Inappropriate treatment for children Neglected diseases – Solutions to forgotten diseases
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8 July, 2012
Amal is 28 years old and a mother of three. She and around 35,000 other refugees escaped violence in Sudan's Blue Nile State by crossing the border into South Sudan in May and June. On June 12, Amal was brought to a Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) mobile clinic at a refugee transit site called 'Kilometer 18' in Upper Nile State. She was thin, weak and coughing, and she could barely walk. Amal was immediately examined, an IV drip was inserted into her arm, and she...
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