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Doctors Without Borders in 40 Seconds

This short animation introduces Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) — from it’s creation by a group of doctors and journalists in 1971 to the worldwide emergency medical aid organization that today is operating in over 60 countries.

Thank you, Tumblr fans, for your support! Your likes and reblogs help us raise awareness about crises that are often far from the the media spotlight. If you enjoy following us, spread the word and share our page with your friends!

Thank you to Tumblr for adding #Somalia to the Explore page.

Thank you to Tumblr for adding #Somalia to the Explore page.

markcoatney:

I’m so happy with our entire new Spotlight section, but want to especially call out the News portion; some really great people and publications here. Check it! 

We’re excited to be featured in news and medicine on the new Tumblr Spotlight section!
Check it out and find more great follows. (There are also some great organizations in charities & non-profits, we’re going to try to get listed there as well.)

markcoatney:

I’m so happy with our entire new Spotlight section, but want to especially call out the News portion; some really great people and publications here. Check it! 

We’re excited to be featured in news and medicine on the new Tumblr Spotlight section!

Check it out and find more great follows. (There are also some great organizations in charities & non-profits, we’re going to try to get listed there as well.)

92nd Street Y: It’s great to see media companies embracing the Tumblr platform. (One...

It’s great to see media companies embracing the Tumblr platform. (One note: how did they leave out The Today Show? It’s one of our favorites.) We couldn’t imagine our online diet without the Tumblr community, and as an IRL non-profit community center since 1874, we appreciate good community when we see it!

We’ve been on Tumblr since 2008 and it would be great to see media coverage focusing on non-profits. Here are a few we enjoy:

Housing Works
Cure Thrift Shop
PopTech
Doctors Without Borders
ProPublica
Public Radio International

Thanks for the mention! We love using Tumblr to bring greater awareness to the issues our teams face in the field.