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MSF's Letter to Indian government Intellectual property negotiations in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
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Ebola- FAQ (About the disease) Joanne Liu (International President MSF) visited the ebola treatment centre in Kailahun, Sierra Leone
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Ebola: MSF urgently seeks staff Requirement on an emergency basis for doctors and nurses to work in our EBOLA projects in Africa
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The MSF Festival Photo exhibition by Sami Siva and MSF Film Festival
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Saving lives everyday Why we provide medical care where it’s needed most
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Learn about our principles Independence , impartiality and neutrality
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MSF activities in India Discover our projects in six Indian states
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September 01,2014
New Delhi/Darbhanga (Bihar), September 1, 2014 – The international medical humanitarian organisation, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans... more
August 27,2014
Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) India in collaboration with the Alliance Française de Delhi (AFD) is hosting a 10 day MSF... more
August 06,2014
New Delhi/Agartala– The international medical humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has launched a medical... more
 
  Gaza – Civilians Caught in the CrossfireWest Bank – Psychological Conseqences of Physical ViolenceEbola – Epidemic Out of ControlEthiopia – Stopping Cholera in its TracksMyanmar – Reduced Pain for HIV Related TreatmentCentral Africa Republic –... more
A survivor of India’s “hidden” epidemic Hepatitis-C speaks about his recovery thanks to the MSF programme in Mumbai. WHO reports that about 12 million people in India are infected by Hep-C, but the hight cost and complexity associated with the treatment causes difficulties in setting up a... more

Letters from the Field

CAR: "The population does not buy the idea that this is a religious conflict”

The Central African Republic (CAR) continues to be immersed in the violence and uncertainty caused by the coup d’état that took place 18 months ago.Direct clashes between the anti-Balaka militias and former Seleka groups have become less frequent but the fighting continues... more