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MSF activities in India Discover our projects in six Indian states
October 01,2014
Tens of thousands of people have taken refuge in a camp near Bentiu, one of several “Protection of Civilian” camps managed by the UN's mission in... more
September 24,2014
MSF India has been present in Kashmir for over a decade now. Our critical needs assessment post the floods in Jammu and Kashmir revealed a robust... more
September 16,2014
Mamadee, 11, was admitted to MSF's Ebola management centre in Foya, Liberia on 15 August 2014. He tested positive for Ebola, but recovered, and was... more
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(Caused by a parasite transmitted by sand flies which thrive in some parts of rural Bihar, kala-azar (black fever) or visceral leishmaniasis is almost fatal if left untreated. The 2012 national data reveals that Bihar is host to nearly 80 per cent of the kala-azar patients in India. Post... more

Letters from the Field

Changing lives through counselling

HIV/AIDS and drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) are hard-fought wars because patients often think of giving up the harsh treatment associated with these. Counselling plays an important role in making them recognise the circumstances and motivating them to continue. Zothangpui Gangte, a counsellor in the Manipur programme of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) explains why... more