Read about first-hand accounts from MSF aid workers and patients.

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August 24, 2010

James Kambaki, MSF project coordinator in Balochistan province, reports on the situation and on MSF's activities.

August 23, 2010

These patients must adjust to a whole new reality of living with paralysis in a post-conflict setting and they are trying to come to terms with the permanent loss of movement and sensation that is a daily reminder of the war.

August 11, 2010

“The people were so happy to see us. Many of them had been stranded here for over a week with little food or shelter."

August 09, 2010

"I developed eclampsia the day before I delivered and I realize that's serious," said Crisla Florestal, 19, who was readmitted a day after giving birth at the MSF hospital Isaïe Jeanty, in Port-au-Prince.

August 09, 2010

“We’d heard that there were a group of people around Khabula who were stuck and isolated. . . It took us more than two days to find them, driving around in 4x4 trucks, because the flooding has made it so difficult to get around."

July 29, 2010

MSF has been providing care to more than 30,000 Somali Refugees in Ethiopia's Liben zone since February 2009.

July 29, 2010

"Unfortunately, we are witnessing recurrent crises that vary only by intensity from year to year."

July 22, 2010

As the 18th International AIDS Conference (IAC) winds down here in Vienna, the word in the hallways is that the science is in: earlier initiation of treatment and improved antiretroviral (ARV) drug regimens are better for individual patients and communities, and may even ultimately reduce transmission of HIV.

June 30, 2010

In the regions of Osh and Jalal-Abad, MSF continues to provide medical and psychological care and to distribute relief items to the many people who have been affected and displaced by violence.

June 30, 2010

Andrei Slavuckij, head of MSF's programs in southern Kyrgyzstan, describes the situation in Osh, two weeks after violent clashes killed hundreds of people.

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