Mexico: Dealing with the Earthquake's Aftermath

An MSF medical team works with health ministry staff in the cholera treatment center in Al-Sadaqa hospital in Aden, Yemen. MSF has also helped to carry out emergency repairs to the building.
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Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has deployed psychosocial support teams in several areas of Mexico City, Mexico, to provide mental health care to those affected by the earthquake that struck on Tuesday, September 19. MSF teams, made up of psychologists and social workers, are working in conjunction with rescue efforts to assist families who either lost or can no longer return to their homes following the earthquake.

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Jordi Ruiz Cirera
Jordi Ruiz Cirera
An MSF medical team works with health ministry staff in the cholera treatment center in Al-Sadaqa hospital in Aden, Yemen. MSF has also helped to carry out emergency repairs to the building.
Malak Shaher/MSF
Jordi Ruiz Cirera
Jordi Ruiz Cirera
Jordi Ruiz Cirera
Jordi Ruiz Cirera