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As Syrian refugees increasingly head towards Bulgaria, MSF is working to provide aid and assist the overstretched Bulgarian authorities.

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MSF doctor Thomas Lauvin describes the situation in Syria's Aleppo governorate, where MSF runs a hospital and provides medical supplies and support to local doctors and medical structures.

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MSF emergency coordinator Ibrahim Younis describes the situation in the Philippines, where many communities are still struggling one month after Typhoon Haiyan.

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MSF mobile clinics are providing health care and psychological support to people in the Philippines as they recover from the damage wrought by Typhoon Haiyan.

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Adam Sharp, MSF project coordinator in Syria, recalls how even amidst surgery, maternity care, and disease care, communication remains an extremely important part of working in the war-torn country.

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An MSF midwife remembers a baby's early fight to survive after being born premature in Syria, where war has devastated the health system.

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MSF psychologist and health advisor Ana Maria Tijerino describes the scale of the mental health needs in the Philippines, and how MSF is responding.

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Cindy Penalber is a Filipino nurse from the town of Estancia in northeast Panay Island. She has been helping survivors of Typhoon Haiyan since it hit the Philippines on November 8. Cindy and many of her colleagues are now working alongside Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) mobile clinic teams to provide medical care in areas damaged by the storm. Traveling by car to reach the more remote areas of Panay, the teams have worked together to treat over 600 patients since Sunday, November 17. Here, Cindy describes her experience.

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MSF emergency coordinator Dr. Natasha Reyes provides an update on the widespread needs in the storm-ravaged Philippines.

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Almost ten days have passed since Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, and while aid is reaching airports, seaports, and cities, people in many rural areas are still struggling without assistance.

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