A special teleconference on the recent earthquake in Haiti. Hear first-hand how our medical teams set up makeshift clinics to triage patients on the grounds of destroyed hospital structures; how we accomplished complicated surgical procedures in an inflatable hospital and tents; and the future of our work as we continue to address medical challenges the Haitian people are facing.
MSF and First Second Books presented a unique opportunity to hear from some of the key people involved in the creation of The Photographer during a panel discussion at the VII Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, moderated by award-winning VII photographer Ron Haviv. The panel included graphic novelist Emmanuel Guibert, editorial director at First Second Books Mark Siegel, and Doctors Without Borders-USA Executive Director Sophie Delaunay.
MSF and Columbia Universitys Institute for Human Nutrition (IHN) hosted a panel discussion addressing the global crisis of malnutrition, which took place September 10, 2008 at the Riverside Church in New York City. The program was moderated by Dr. Ron Waldman, Professor of Public Health at Columbia Universitys Mailman School of Public Health and Team Leader for Pandemic Preparedness and Response at the United States Agency for International Development. The panelists included Biraj Patnaik, Principle Advisor, Office of the Commissioners to Indias Supreme Court; Dr. Milton Tectonidis, MSF nutrition advisor; and Dan Maxwell, Tufts University.
This program features several MSF aid workers, including Executive Director Nicolas de Torrenté, in a panel discussion moderated by Ira Glass, host and producer of the public radio program This American Life also includes a welcome address by Craig Davis, Director of Adult Services of the Chicago Public Library.
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