11-28 | In the second half of 2011, MSF witnessed increased insecurity in the camps located near Dadaab, Kenya. The kidnapping of two MSF international staff members in October forced the organisation to halt activities in Ifo camp and to temporarily reduce services in Dagahaley camp to life-saving activities in the hospital only.Despite the situation, MSF medical teams never stopped providing medical care in the biggest refugee camp in the world, and MSF has now resumed all medical activities in Dagahaley.
11-24 | Dr Calorine MEKIEDJE specialises in the treatment of HIV/AIDS and has worked in Mozambique and Cameroon, among other places. She talks about her experience as a medical advisor at the Dawei clinic in the south of Myanmar, where MSF has been treating patients infected with HIV/AIDS and co-infected with tuberculosis (TB) since 2000.Can you describe the main activities of the Dawei clinic?
11-23 | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is currently treating patients in its HIV programmes in Myanmar for tuberculosis (TB). The organisation is providing diagnosis, treatment and counselling to around 2,540 TB patients in the country, where it has been working since 1992.
11-3 | “The emergency is far from over,” says MSF.Unless the capacity to deliver aid is rapidly increased, there will be significant problems in meeting the needs of Somalis fleeing to Ethiopia, the international medical humanitarian organisation MSF said today.