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May 06, 2010

When Victor learned that he was co-infected with HIV and TB in 2003, he faced enormous societal stigma and challenges to getting treatment. Today, thanks to better treatment opportunities and training, he is living healthy and helping others with HIV.

April 29, 2010

Many migrants who leave war-torn homelands thinking better days await in Europe make a perilous journey westward only to wind up detained for months in Greece and other countries.

April 21, 2010

MSF responds to the widespread sexual abuse of women from sub-Saharan Africa trying to reach Europe to find work or asylum.

April 21, 2010

Three months after the January 12 earthquake, MSF continues to develop and expand their services in response to still immense and evolving needs.

April 21, 2010

MSF teams are assessing health needs among undocumented migrants who have arrived on the island, off the coast of Mozambique, looking for work

April 20, 2010

MSF field updates from Haiti, South Africa, Mayotte and Morocco.

April 20, 2010

Violence and turmoil have followed Zimbabwean migrants across the border into South Africa.

April 20, 2010

A free-trade agreement between the EU and India could threaten to restrict the access patients and care-givers in the developing world have to affordable generic drugs.

April 09, 2010

Last November, MSF launched the last installment of Condition: Critical, a project aiming to give a voice to the people living through the war in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Since then, nearly 2,000 people left messages of support for the people of Eastern Congo on the Condition: Critical message map. The first of these messages have already arrived in Congo and more are to follow. This video shows messages being delivered by MSF staff and the reaction of local people to them. More at http://www.condition-critical.org

March 30, 2010

At the end of January, MSF closed its program in northern Sri Lanka, which was established last May when intensified fighting between the Tamil Tigers and the military drove tens of thousands of people from their homes and left many others in a state of pronounced medical distress.

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