4-30 | DR Congo: An alarming surge in malaria Chad: On the brink of a peak in malnutrition Paraguay: The scourge of the vinchuca Uzbekistan: Tuberculose shows resistance Haiti: Medical certificates for cholera patients
4-23 | MSF opens new HIV/AIDS clinic on India Myanmar border Last week, Médecins Sans Frontières （MSF） opened a new clinic in Moreh, a small rural town in Chandel district in the Indian state of Manipur that is on the border with Myanmar. The specialised clinic offers free medical treatment and counselling for people living with HIV/AIDS and drug resistant tuberculosis.
3-26 | Maternal health: Saving women's livesDadaab: Back to square oneTuberculosis: A constant battleSleeping sickness: A mobile team in central AfricaNovartis: The final act
3-23 | Alarming new data suggest that the global scope of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) is much more vast than previously estimated, requiring a concerted international effort to combat this deadlier form of the disease, the medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said.
3-13 | Bihar state, in the northeast of India, is an epicentre of kala azar (visceral leishmaniasis), a neglected tropical disease responsible for 50,000 deaths every year worldwide. Bihar’s Ministry of Health has declared 15 March ‘Kala Azar Day’ to increase awareness of the disease which, if left untreated, is almost always fatal.