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August 18, 2010

Since severe flooding began in Pakistan in late July, MSF has been providing medical care at its pre-existing programs and through mobile clinics, working to enable access to clean drinking water, and distributing essential non-food items to millions of displaced people in order to prevent outbreaks of water related  illnesses.

August 17, 2010

An MSF team distributes essential goods, such as jerry cans for water, cooking kits, tarps, and blankets, to displaced people in Peshawar.

August 16, 2010

In Charsadda, MSF is delivering safe water to areas where people affected by the floods have gathered. Here, MSF water and sanitation engineer Thomas Batardy, explains his team's approach.

July 28, 2010

Five weeks after violent clashes erupted in the south of Kyrgyzstan and despite an apparent return to a more peaceful situation, MSF doctors, psychologists, and nurses continue to deal with cases of violence on a daily basis. More concerning still, the capacity of victims to receive adequate health care differs according to the community they belong to.

July 23, 2010

In Kyrgyzstan, MSF treats both medical and psychological needs after June's violent confrontations.

July 23, 2010

Throughout Africa's Sahel region, MSF works to treat and prevent malnutrition during a particularly extreme food and nutrition crisis.

July 23, 2010

Six months after the earthquake in Haiti, MSF is looking to the future while continuing to attend to current needs.

July 13, 2010

Six months after the earthquake that devastated Haiti, the Clerger family has had to divide up. There is no work to be found, and they still have received no help beyond MSF's medical assistance. Part one of thier story is here.

July 13, 2010

Six months after the January 12 earthquake that devastated Haiti, people still struggle to live. MSF continues to provide a wide range of medical, mental health, and hygiene assistance.

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