In this edition, listen to how MSF is responding to the conflict in Iraq and providing health care to vulnerable Burmese migrant workers in southern Thailand. In the top story, a report on the humanitarian situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province, which has been the setting of chronic fighting for nearly a decade. Since August, clashes between the Congolese army and rebel groups refusing to be integrated into the national army have forced more than 500,000 people to flee, according to the United Nations.
In this edition, reports on how an MSF hospital in Haiti is responding to the overwhelming need for maternal health care in country's capital, Port-au-Prince, and the ways MSF is confronting the AIDS pandemic in Cambodia. Plus, a story on MSF's use of lifesaving ready-to-use foods to treat malnourished children in the West African country of Niger.
In this month's edition, you'll hear how MSF teams are confronting tuberculosis along the Thai-Burmese border and how epidemiological research is guiding some of MSF's most important humanitarian assistance programs. You can also hear firsthand accounts from people who have fled Colombia's civil war.
In this special edition, we focus on the deteriorating situation for civilians and medical workers in Mogadishu, Somalia. Somalia has been wracked by violence for nearly 16 years now. But the past months has seen some of the worst fighting ever in the capital, Mogadishu. Access to medical care and assistance for civilians and displaced persons in and around the war-ravaged Somali capital has decreased alarmingly in the past few months.
In this month's edition, you'll hear how the health-care worker crisis in southern Africa is undermining efforts to provide HIV/AIDS treatment and why a man living with AIDS in Thailand needs access to an AIDS medicine produced by an American pharmaceutical company. In our top story, an update on the situation in eastern Chad, where deadly attacks on villages have forced more than 150,000 people to flee their homes.
In this month's edition, you'll hear stories on how Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is responding to the upsurge of violence in the South Asian nation of Sri Lanka and West Africa's Ivory Coast. And a feature on MSF's reconstructive surgery program in Amman, Jordan, for war-wounded Iraqi civilians.
In this month's edition, listen to stories on how MSF is treating multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in the former Soviet state of Georgia, responding to the latest outbreaks of violence in the central African nation of Chad, and assisting victims of violence in Nigeria's volatile Niger Delta region.
In this edition, listen to reports on current issues affecting access to essential medicines, including a new, easy-to-use treatment for malaria; a court case in India that could prevent millions of people around the world from getting the medicines they need to survive; and on the fight to secure the heat-stable version of a vital AIDS drug in Thailand.
Listen to reports on the ongoing violence along the Chad-Sudan border and MSF's response to an epidemic of meningitis in northern Uganda. In addition, a story on the global vaccine shortage for meningitis.
In this edition, you'll hear reports on an outbreak of Rift Valley Fever, a rare viral disease, in northeastern Kenya, and on HIV/AIDS treatment in Malawi. Plus, learn how MSF is using an outdoor, interactive exhibit to shed light on the plight of the 33 million people worldwide who have been uprooted by war.