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Afghanistan: Mobile Care in Kabul

The population of Kabul has tripled over the last 10 years. Some people arrive after fleeing conflict-torn areas for the relative safety of the capital, while others, pushed by poverty, are simply trying to make a living. Returnees from Pakistan and other provinces of Afghanistan have also made their way back to the city. For those living in makeshift settlements and camps, the harsh winter makes an already difficult situation even harder. In January 2013, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) started running mobile clinics and nutritional screenings in six locations where hundreds of Afghans have settled.

Bringing Much-Needed Medical Care to Timbuktu, Mali

Liberian project coordinator Toe Jackson describes how his MSF team brought much-needed medical care to conflict-ridden Timbuktu, Mali.

MSF Monitors the Situation in Yida Camp, South Sudan

The end of the rainy season and continued conflict have pushed a new wave of people to Yida refugee camp in South Sudan. The high mortality rate in July has stabilized, but levels of malnutrition among displaced children remain high.

FINAL WEEK OF MSF.TV
October is coming to an end, and so is our live news channel of MSF behind the scenes work. Download this week’s TV Guide so you don’t miss out on the LAST WEEK of MSF.TV!
Highlights of the week:
Tuesday (10/23): Violence in Papua New Guinea
Wednesday (10/24): A Photographer’s Experience
Thursday (10/25): Mission in Somalia
Friday (10//26): Humanitarian Crisis of Today

FINAL WEEK OF MSF.TV

October is coming to an end, and so is our live news channel of MSF behind the scenes work. Download this week’s TV Guide so you don’t miss out on the LAST WEEK of MSF.TV!

Highlights of the week:

  • Tuesday (10/23): Violence in Papua New Guinea
  • Wednesday (10/24): A Photographer’s Experience
  • Thursday (10/25): Mission in Somalia
  • Friday (10//26): Humanitarian Crisis of Today

MSF.TV: Neglected People
Over 15 million refugees worldwide flee persecution. Refugees have a right to flee, and a right to healthcare. Like everyone.