June 07, 2004

By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

June 06, 2004

On June 8th, the Group of Eight industrialized nations will hold their annual summit on Sea Island, Georgia, in the United States. Every year the G8 makes promises in regards to addressing malaria, tuberculosis, AIDS and other diseases in developing countries, but concrete achievements are few.

May 09, 2004

As attacks continue, leaflets distributed by US coalition further endanger aid workers. By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director MSF-USA

April 29, 2004

Jean-Hervé Bradol, MD, President of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), who headed MSF's programs in Rwanda in 1994, reflects on the genocide and its implications for the humanitarian aid movement.

April 15, 2004

Rony Brauman & Pierre Salignon discuss war and humanitarian aid.

March 07, 2004

MSF Briefing paper for March 8, 2004, International Women's Day

November 09, 2003

In the wake of the attack on the ICRC, MSF's seven international staff in Iraq have relocated to Amman, Jordan, where they will evaluate how to continue MSF's work in Iraq against the background of ever-increasing violence and confusion of roles.

October 09, 2003

This editorial by Jean-Hervé Bradol, MD, President of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)originally appeared in Le Monde.

August 11, 2003

Kenny Gluck is the Director of Operations for MSF in Holland. He was held hostage in Chechnya from January 9, 2001 - February 4, 2001.

June 14, 2003

For the last year and a half, 32-year old Gabriel Trujillo has been the Head of Mission MSF programs in Moscow and the North Caucasus, managing programs for the nearly 150,000 displaced Chechens living in Ingushetia.

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