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May 22, 2002

Immediate Food Distribution Urgently Needed

May 15, 2002

Massive Mobilization of Aid Needed to Avert Deaths of Hundreds of Thousands

May 06, 2002

Traumatized Families Emerging From Remote Areas More Dead Than Alive

May 02, 2002

Emergency Relief Operation Launched

April 28, 2002

Nairobi/New York, April 29, 2002 — In a report released today, the international medical organization Doctors Without Borderes/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) charged warring parties in Sudan's western Upper Nile (WUN) region with responsibility for appalling civilian mortality from infectious diseases and violence.

April 25, 2002

Worst Malnutrition in Past Decade Found in Areas Long Cut Off From Aid

Kuito/New York, April 26, 2002 — Malnutrition witnessed by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) among people emerging from the war zones in Angola is among the worst seen in Africa in the past decade. These areas had been cut off from medical and food aid since 1998 when the civil war intensified, and are only now becoming accessible due to the recent cease-fire agreements.

April 24, 2002

Geneva, April 25, 2002 — On Africa Malaria Day, as drug resistance sweeps across the continent and ever more African children die of this treatable disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) publicly urges countries to switch to newer more effective medicines. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) welcomes this new policy and calls for increased funds to aid immediate implementation.

April 24, 2002

Fresh Graves, Ghost Towns, and Starving People Discovered in South

April 11, 2002

Freetown/New York, April 12, 2002 — In advance of the May 14 elections in Sierra Leone, internally displaced persons and recently repatriated Sierra Leonean refugees are being sent back to their regions of origin. However, the rushing of this repatriation process is endangering the health and security of hundreds of thousands of people. Guarantees of safe passage, facilitation of transport, and care for the most vulnerable have not been upheld.

April 09, 2002

Françoise Bouchet-Saulnier's Newly Translated Book Now in Stores

New York, April 10, 2002 — Every day, somewhere in the world, violations of international humanitarian law are taking place. How these violations are defined—something as simple as using the word "massacre" instead of "genocide"—may decide whether rights are granted or denied, whether lives are saved or destroyed.