On April 13 to 15 2012, an OBGYN medical conference took place in Islamabad, Pakistan.<br/>
MSF had a stand there, dedicated to recruitment, information and local communication.
*** Local Caption *** Since 1986, MSF has been working in Pakistan with Pakistani communities and Afghan refugees who have been affected by armed conflict, natural disasters or a lack of access to medical.<br/>
In Pakistan, MSF teams are currently providing free emergency medical care in Kurram Agency in FATA, Hangu, Peshawar, Lower Dir and Malakand in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and in Balochistan province. A new project will be opened in Karachi, Sindh.<br/>
In Pakistan, MSF relies solely on private financial contributions from individuals around the world and does not accept funding from any government, donor agency, or from any military or politically-affiliated group for its activities in the country. <br/>
For its projects in Pakistan, MSF specifically needs medical doctors, emergency physicians, gynaecologists, obstetricians, nurses & OT nurses, midwives, surgeons, anaesthetists, and paediatricians.