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Road to Elimination A film about MSF's efforts to combat kala azar in Bihar
Malika Gupta/MSF
Walking that extra mile MSF in Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana
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MSF activities in India Discover our projects in nine Indian states
August 19,2016
Barcelona/Sanaa- 18 August 2016. Following the August 15 aerial bombing of Abs Hospital in Yemen’s Hajjah Governorate, which killed 19 people and... more
August 16,2016
Abs hospital, in Hajjah governorate, northwestern Yemen, was hit by an airstrike this afternoon at 15.45 local time, killing at least 11 people and... more
August 12,2016
An interview with a Syrian doctor managing an MSF supported hospital in east Aleppo   “We used to provide lots of services at this hospital – surgery... more
  Nigeria – Humanitarian crisis in the northest   Mediterranean – Waiting for Europe to react   Gaza – Reconstruction: mission impossible   Iraq –Fleeing violence, facing destitution   Hepatitis C – The cost of eradicating the disease   Pakistan –... more
  Shareefa was diagnosed with conversion disorder at the young age of 19. Upon referral from a psychiatrist, she was brought to one of the MSF clinics in North Kashmir by her father and uncle. Hailing from a lower-middle class family of the Pattan region (one of the villages in North... more

Letters from the Field

Grateful, not gratified

Dr Bhavna Chawla, a surgeon, recently returned from her first mission with MSF in Lankien, South Sudan. In this letter, she recounts her experience of delivering emergency surgical care in a conflict situation.