04 March 2015

A team of Doctors Without Borders (MSF)’s fundraisers embark on a three week-long tour in Mpumalanga – including a visit to Middelburg Mall – to raise funds and awareness about the organisation’s medical relief work responding to emergencies in flooded Malawi, the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, Central African Republic, Ukraine and West Africa’s Ebola outbreak... "We want to speak to South Africans at all levels – showcasing the work we do around the world and how their support saves lives... Because of the donations of ordinary South Africans MSF is able to respond so quickly to these emergencies by bringing medical care", says Kelly Barlow, MSF South Africa’s face-to-face (F2F) travel teams coordinator.

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