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Thank you for support in 2013. Our medical teams were challenged by crises all over the world last year. Watch this short video to see what your support allowed us to do.

Thank You, From Doctors Without Borders from Doctors Without Borders/MSF-USA on Vimeo.

Thank you, From Doctors Without Borders!

We have been able to respond rapidly to emergencies in 2012 in Syria, South Sudan, and Haiti, among many other countries, thanks to you.

As the new year begins, we would like to pause for a moment to tell our donors how much we appreciated your support in 2011. Your generosity means a great deal to us – to our staff here in the office and working in the field, and most of all, to our patients. Please watch this special message from Nick Lawson, our director of field human resources in the U.S.

Every year we send a package of food, games, music and other gifts to aid workers who will be in the field during the holidays. Last year we also included messages from donors and they told us how touched they were by the words of encouragement.

Please take a moment to add your message to our Aid Worker Message Board.

Whether you want to wish our aid workers happy holidays, let them know why you support Doctors Without Borders, or simply tell them thanks for their commitment to saving lives, please add your message to the Board by November 19 so we can include it in our holiday packages. It will mean a lot to our teams.

Every year we send a package of food, games, music and other gifts to aid workers who will be in the field during the holidays. Last year we also included messages from donors and they told us how touched they were by the words of encouragement.

Please take a moment to add your message to our Aid Worker Message Board.

Whether you want to wish our aid workers happy holidays, let them know why you support Doctors Without Borders, or simply tell them thanks for their commitment to saving lives, please add your message to the Board by November 19 so we can include it in our holiday packages. It will mean a lot to our teams.

Rewriting the Story

We made this video to thank you for helping to rewrite the story of malnutrition for 195 million children around the world.

As one of the more than 138,000 people in 180 countries who signed the petition demanding that donor nations stop supplying nutritionally substandard food to malnourished children and children at risk of malnutrition in developing countries, you have already helped make a significant difference.

Today, on World Food Day, you can continue to help rewrite the story by donating your profile for 24 hours.