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24 Nov 2022

The war in Ukraine has been particularly devastating for people in towns and cities in the country’s east, including in Donetsk oblast (region).

As Ukrainian forces retake cities that had been under Russian control – some for many months – a picture is emerging of the harsh conditions residents have endured, with many having gone without access to healthcare, electricity or water.

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24 Nov 2022

The war in Ukraine has been particularly devastating for people in towns and cities in the country’s east, including in Donetsk oblast (region).

As Ukrainian forces retake cities that had been under Russian control – some for many months – a picture is emerging of the harsh conditions residents have endured, with many having gone without access to healthcare, electricity or water.

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24 Nov 2022

Since 2018, MSF has been supporting a series of eye camps in Somalia, providing treatment and surgery for a range of debilitating eye conditions. 

Ranging from cataract surgery to treatment for eye diseases to prescribing glasses, the camps provide a one-stop shop for essential eye healthcare.  

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24 Nov 2022

Since 2018, MSF has been supporting a series of eye camps in Somalia, providing treatment and surgery for a range of debilitating eye conditions. 

Ranging from cataract surgery to treatment for eye diseases to prescribing glasses, the camps provide a one-stop shop for essential eye healthcare.  

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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been working in Kanyaruchinya since last July, supporting the centre to enable the provision of free and quality healthcare to displaced people, people displaced by the volcanic eruption, and all the inhabitants of the area.

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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been working in Kanyaruchinya since last July, supporting the centre to enable the provision of free and quality healthcare to displaced people, people displaced by the volcanic eruption, and all the inhabitants of the area.

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22 Nov 2022

Médecins Sans Frontières /Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is contributing to the national vaccination campaign against cholera launched by the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health’s by vaccinating people in Arsal, Akkar, Tripoli and Baalbak - Hermel in the north and northeast of Lebanon where most cholera cases are registered in the country.

600,000 cholera vaccine doses received by Lebanon, as first phase procurement, are to be administered in coordination with various international and local actors.

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22 Nov 2022

Médecins Sans Frontières /Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is contributing to the national vaccination campaign against cholera launched by the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health’s by vaccinating people in Arsal, Akkar, Tripoli and Baalbak - Hermel in the north and northeast of Lebanon where most cholera cases are registered in the country.

600,000 cholera vaccine doses received by Lebanon, as first phase procurement, are to be administered in coordination with various international and local actors.

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22 Nov 2022

Port-au-Prince - The number of cholera cases is rising at an alarming rate in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, and in several areas of the country, warns international medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).

MSF is calling for an immediate intensification of the response to the outbreak.

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21 Nov 2022

Representatives of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have been participating in the World Climate Conference (COP) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

Australian academic Patricia Schwerdtle, lecturer in nursing and midwifery and public health, Monash University has been part of MSF’s team at COP27.