Founded in 1971, international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is committed to providing emergency medical aid wherever needed, regardless of race, religion, politics or sex and raising awareness of the plight of the people we assist. Through this exhibition, we hope to introduce our international relief actions and volunteering work in the last fifteen years to the public in Guangzhou.

The past fifteen years also marked the desperate plight faced by the Rohingyas in Bangladesh. To raise the awareness for this neglected population, MSF has invited Hong Kong renowned singer-songwriter Mr. Paul Wong to work as a volunteer photographer and travel to the Bangladesh in August 2007. His photos vividly portray the lives of the neglected Rohingya population.

"15 years of Medical Action" - a photo exhibition on MSF international humanitarian work
Date: 30 October – 9 November 2007 (The library is closed on Mondays)
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Guangzhou Yuexiu District Library, First floor exhibition hall, Guangzhou, No. 8 Shuqian Road (Exit  A, Dong Shan Kou Station, Metro Line 1 )

For further inquiries, please contact (020)8336 7085

"15 Years of Medical Action" - opening ceremony
Date: 1 November (Thursday)
Time: 2:30 pm
Address: Lobby, First Floor, Yue Xiu Library

Experience sharing: Treatment for people with HIV/AIDS: experiences from Thailand
Date: 2 November (Friday)
Time: 7:30 pm
Address: Room 401, Sun Yat-sen University North Campus, New Teaching Building,
Speaker: Dr. David Wilson
Language: English

"On the medical frontline" - a talk with MSF field volunteers
Date: 3 November (Saturday)
Time: 2:00 pm
Address: Lobby, First Floor, Yue Xiu Library

> 15 years of relief work 
> Rohingyas living in Bangladesh



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