Overcrowded, dense, dilapidated… the realities of containing COVID-19 in Mumbai’s informal settlements
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Overcrowded, dense, dilapidated… the realities of containing COVID-19 in Mumbai’s informal settlements

Mumbai has been a hotspot for the spread of COVID-19 since it was first declared in India. MSF teams are working in the slums of M-east ward with the Ministry of Health providing aid to people with limited access to medical care.

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Access to medicines: Will history repeat itself?
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Access to medicines: Will history repeat itself?

Here we vigorously rebut Thomas Cueni’s position on the COVID-19 “TRIPS waiver” proposal submitted by South Africa and India and examine how and why his arguments are flawed.

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Maharashtra

Mumbai: Responding to COVID-19 in slums of M-East ward

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Bihar

Responding to COVID-19 pandemic in Bihar

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India

Mental health helpline for people affected by COVID-19 pandemic

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Manipur

Delivering specialist care for HIV, TB, and Hepatitis in Manipur

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Maharashtra

Providing medical care for drug-resistant tuberculosis in Mumbai

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Jharkhand

Providing medical care for severe acute malnutrition in Jharkhand

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Jammu and Kashmir

Meeting mental health needs in Jammu and Kashmir

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Bihar

Acting against kala azar-HIV co-infection and advanced HIV in Bihar

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Delhi

Treating survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in Delhi

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Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh & Telangana

Essential healthcare in remote areas of Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana

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