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Patients in developing countries who will soon need new treatment regimens for HIV/AIDS will be even more unlikely to receive them, now that international donors are walking away from their funding promises.

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Better drugs, administered sooner to HIV/AIDS patients is better for all parties involved; but donors are focused on short-term costs.

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People living with HIV/AIDS are already feeling the impact as international funders back away from promises to fund treatment in developing countries.

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The neglected and deadly disease kala azar - also called visceral leishmaniasis - is currently being reported in 45 districts of Bangladesh. MSF is working in Mymensingh district, which has the majority of the country's cases.

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How the international food aid system is failing children; and how MSF's multimedia campaign, Starved for Attention, aims to spur public awareness and push international food aid donors to make their food nutritionally adequate for young children. Sign the Starved for Attention petition to rewrite the story of malnutrition.

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Less than 100 babies contract HIV from their mothers in US every year, while 18,000 known cases occur in Uganda. We visit one MSF-supported program to prevent such transmission, in Madi Opei.

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Food insecurity is particularly severe in areas of the Sahel region this year; MSF is conducting emergency nutrition interventions.

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Responding to the floods in Pakistan, a helicopter assessment of areas cut off from aid reminded MSF's emergency coordinator of the aftermath of the 2004-2005 tsunami.

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More than a year after the end of the war in Sri Lanka, people who suffered spinal injuries as a result of the conflict are struggling to start life again. We meet some of the patients at MSF's rehabilitation unit in Pampaimadhu Hospital near Vavuniya.

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In June violent clashes between Uzbek and Kyrgyz communities in southern Kyrgyzstan left hundreds dead and thousands wounded. Though the violence is now reduced, the fears are not. MSF has implemented a three-point strategy for treating victims of the violence and preparing for another potential surge.  

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