October 26, 2010

The Bon Marche Hospital in Bunia was started by MSF in 2003 after years of conflict and instability had rendered the national health services almost non-existent. This year, MSF handed over medical activites back to the country's ministry of health.
 

The Bon Marche Hospital in Bunia, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, was started by MSF in 2003 after years of conflict and instability had rendered the national health services almost non-existent. Now, although violence between armed groups in the Congo is still a huge concern, the situation in Bunia itself is significantly calmer. This year MSF handed over medical activites back to the country's ministry of health. Hear about how and why MSF leaves a project.

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