MSF India Newsletter
May 2019

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MSF begins humanitarian response in
Odisha after Cyclone Fani
On 3rd May, Cyclone Fani made landfall on the coast of Odisha affecting 16.5 million people in 18,388 villages and caused damage to roads, communication networks, houses and public infrastructure in Odisha and neighbouring states. Following the cyclone, MSF sent an emergency response team to Odisha to respond to humanitarian needs in the affected areas.
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World Health Organization
snakebite roadmap
Snakebite is estimated to kill over 100,000 people every year. For too long, this global health crisis that affects millions around the world has been neglected. WHO has released a long-awaited roadmap to reduce death and disability from snakebite envenoming 50% by 2030. This could be a huge turning point in tackling this frightening disease.
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Voices from the field
Hafiz Muhammed, a surgeon from Kerala, wanted to use his skills to help MSF. Here's what happened when we sent him to a project in Nigeria to help patients with a neglected disease.
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News and Stories
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Saving lives that have just begun in Cox’s Bazar
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Women and children continue to suffer in northeast Syria’s Al Hol camp
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Gaza, one year after the protests’ bloodiest day
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“I have not seen such high numbers of measles cases”

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