MSF India Newsletter

Don’t give up, Be positive
Meet Singruwng Bejoy Anal and his wife Remei Katadin. They both are HIV positive and currently, they are receiving treatment at one of the MSF clinics in Manipur. MSF, which is the only international NGO in Manipur, has put a patient-focused model of care at the heart of its operations. This World AIDS Day (1st December), they want to share a message with people living with HIV
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MSF halts 50th Union World Conference on Lung Health
European Refugee Crisis
It has been almost four years since the EU-Turkey deal was announced as a temporary and extraordinary measure necessary to end human suffering. What Dr Christos Christou, MSF International President saw there is just the opposite. Refugees and asylum seekers are forced to endure appalling living conditions on the Greek islands. He has a message for European leaders.
MSF halts 50th Union World Conference on Lung Health
World Antibiotic
Resistance Week
Bacterial infections can be deadly, and antibiotics remain today the most important tool to treat them. But do you know that misuse of antibiotics can put us all at risk? During the World Antibiotic Awareness Week last month, we discusses why is antibiotic resistance - one of the biggest threats to global health and what we can do to tackle this threat.
Treating TB in the remote jungles of Chhattisgarh

A walk through MSF’s Umeed Ki Kiran clinic in Delhi

Meet Dr Yashoda Kurra, a medical doctor at MSF’s Umeed Ki Kiran clinic in Jahangirpuri, Delhi. In this video, she takes us on a tour inside our 24X7 clinic and explains how we provide essential medical care to survivors of sexual and gender-based violence.

News & Stories
South Sudan: The only way to move around the hospital now is by boat
Mediterranean migration
Survivors disembark in Italy amidst deadly week in the Mediterranean.
Democratic Republic of Congo
Country’s largest ever Ebola outbreak
Central American Migration
Fifteen years of treating malnutrition and malaria around the clock.
Shut out and forgotten, refugees in Dadaab appeal for dignity
Meet our Doctors Without Borders
Hemant Kumar Pangtey
It is always great to hear inspiring stories of field workers. Hemant Kumar Pangtey is an MDR-TB specialist from India and will travel to Sadar city, Iraq for his 14th assignment with MSF as a medical doctor. In Sadar, MSF teams provide essential medical care to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis patients.
Susma Thapa
Meet Susma Thapa. She is a health promoter from Nepal and recently left for South Sudan for her first assignment with MSF. There, MSF teams provide medical care to people displaced by armed conflicts.
Alan de Lima Pereira
Medical doctor Alan De Lima Pereira returned from Central African Republic after completing his 10-month-long stint as a medical coordinator. Recently he completed his 10 years with us. MSF supports the Ministry of Health in CAR in providing primary and secondary healthcare in Bossangoa and Bambari. MSF also manage a peer-led HIV CAGs (Community Adherence Groups) project for more than 1500 patients in Boguila and Zemio.

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