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The dangerously slow and inadequate humanitarian response is putting lives at risk
Access to healthcare was a major issue in Afghanistan well before the Taliban takeover, but today the situation has further degraded, as most of the international aid has been suspended.
It has always been our duty to speak out for those whose voice is not heard, and this is no different. We want to share the concerns of the communities we serve.
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Treating NCDs in rural Kenya

Since 2017, MSF has been running a program to mentor, integrate and decentralize medical care for patients living with NCDs into primary health facilities in Embu. 

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MSF Cholera response in Nigeria

MSF emergency teams are working alongside the Nigerian Ministry of Health to try and bring the spiralling outbreak under control, opening six cholera treatment centres across the region and treating more than 20,000 patients so far.

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