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28/10/2022

Violence in Mai-Ndombe and Kwilu provinces (DRC): the lack of humanitarian response raises serious concerns

Following an outbreak of violence in the provinces of Mai-Ndombe and Kwilu in August, MSF head of mission Alessandra Giudiceandrea spent several weeks in the region as part of MSF’s emergency response. She describes her shock at...
14/10/2022

“Training healthcare staff is essential for ensuring quality healthcare”

"The MSF Academy is like a college within a project. We have classrooms, bedside teaching and a pool of staff working as tutors, whom I supervise and mentor," Wilson Thiongo, Training Manager for MSF Academy
30/09/2022

You yourself can make a difference

It was fairly easy for me to become a doctor, as well as getting medical access, but growing up, I knew that that was not the ideal world for everyone. So, I thought of contributing in making it a more equal world thus the...
08/09/2022

South Sudan: Treating the hidden consequences of snakebite

Dr Mark McNicol has recently returned from assignment in Lankien, a remote rural area in Jonglei State, South Sudan, where being bitten by a snake can mean profound and long-term impacts for people.

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