MSF and SINA working together to provide free medical care for residents of Karachi's Machar Colony.

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In eastern Balochistan Province, MSF is extending existing services to include basic health care for people affected by heavy monsoon rains lashing the area.

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A monsoon in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province caused an increase in the number of people diagnosed with acute watery diarrhea, a condition caused by unclean drinking water, poor sanitation, and poor hygiene conditions.

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MSF is providing care, including mental health care, to patients in Pakistan's Lower Dir province, where the security situation remains volatile.

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Though the security situation remains tense, MSF continues to work inside the Hangu Tehsil Headquarters hospital in northwest Pakistan.

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To highlight the critical humanitarian and medical needs that exist in urban settings the world over, MSF presents "Urban Survivors," a multimedia project produced in collaboration with the NOOR photo agency and Darjeeling Productions.

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MSF has been providing basic health care and distributing relief item to families displaced by severe flooding in the southern province of Sindh.

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A May 26 suicide attack left 36 people dead and approximately 60 wounded in the city of Hangu, blocks from the hospital where MSF teams staff the emergency and surgery departments.

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After evaluating the needs in and around Peshawar, MSF decided to build a 30-bed reference hospital dedicated solely to women.

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In many hard-hit areas, MSF was the first international emergency organization to respond to the devastating floods that swept through Pakistan in late July 2010. Six months later, many of MSF's activities there have evolved.

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