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H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan assures support to MSF

ABU DHABI — Deputy Prime Minister Shaikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has reiterated UAE’s determination to support Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in its humanitarian and medical missions.
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“Resisting the temptation to ration"An interview with Jean-Hervé Bradol

An interview with Jean-Hervé Bradol on the need of more political will to make RUF more accessible. The MSF campaign to increase and extend the use of therapeutic foods in areas with a high malnutrition-related infant mortality rate has been welcomed by United Nations agencies and donors, who consider it a legitimate request. Only practical obstacles could explain why access to therapeutic food is restricted to a minority of the most at risk children. According to Jean-Hervé Bradol, President
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Casualties of War: MSF Surgeons Treat Wounded Iraqis

The car bomb sheered off nearly half of eight-year-old Ahmed’s face, stealing his left eye and amputating his left foot. Ahmed was so disfigured by the bombing last October that his father and uncle spent half an hour in the same Baghdad hospital room without recognizing him. The boy, in shock from the blast, was left speechless.
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MSF Trauma Center Admits 71 Gunshot Victims Over Two Weeks in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Over the past two weeks, 71 people with gunshot wounds have been admitted to TemeHospital in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been managing this 70-bed trauma center since October 2005. Port Harcourt is located in the heart of Nigeria's densely populated, oil-rich Niger Delta region, where the struggle to gain power and control natural resources has sparked sporadic and deadly outbreaks of violence among a fragmented network of armed groups. Mich
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The Rohingyas in Bangladesh:“There’s no happiness in this place”

In 1992, more than 250,000 Rohingya Muslims fled from Northern Rakhine State, Myanmar, to Bangladesh. They were pushed off their land by discrimination, violence and the forced labour practices of the Myanmar authorities. Over the years, most of the Rohingyas returned to Myanmar while others have continued to come to Bangladesh.
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