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 Medical-humanitarian assistance to migrants in Trojes

Honduras: Voices from the border

story Dec 06, 2022

story Dec 08, 2022

Five reasons why acute child malnutrition is surging in Yemen

Treating Malnutrition in Khamer Al Salam hospital, Yemen

News Dec 05, 2022

Nigeria: Health and malnutrition crisis continues to unfold in northwest

NIGERIA NW Malnutrition Kebbi

story Dec 02, 2022

Ukraine: The toll of war on the elderly and people with disabilities

Anna Ivanivna Nefedova receiving a primary health care consultation.

story Dec 01, 2022

DRC: The successes and enduring challenges of providing HIV/AIDS care

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Speaking out about the emergencies our staff and patients witness is part of who we are. Explore our history and principles.

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Alert Newsletter | July 31, 2018

Summer 2018: Strong women

Helping women and girls survive in emergencies

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Rainy season begins in Bangladesh

News | July 12, 2017

Against Their Will: Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Against Young People in Haiti

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Research | July 09, 2010

Emergency Response After the Haiti Earthquake: Choices, Obstacles, Activities and Finance (page2)

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News | June 08, 2010

Haiti: Displaced People Struggle with Complications of Daily Life

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Story | January 24, 2010

Haiti: 11 Days After the Earthquake, Some Changes Visible

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Research | March 24, 2009

Mortality, violence and access to care in two districts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti

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Story | October 30, 2007

Treating sexual violence in Haiti

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