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9 July, 2012
South Sudan – 200 000 refugees from Sudan Gaza Strip – Specialised surgery penalised by the embargo Malnutrition in the Sahel – A whole new approach required Swaziland – Inappropriate treatment for children Neglected diseases – Solutions to forgotten diseases
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8 July, 2012
Amal is 28 years old and a mother of three. She and around 35,000 other refugees escaped violence in Sudan's Blue Nile State by crossing the border into South Sudan in May and June. On June 12, Amal was brought to a Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) mobile clinic at a refugee transit site called 'Kilometer 18' in Upper Nile State. She was thin, weak and coughing, and she could barely walk. Amal was immediately examined, an IV drip was inserted into her arm, and she...
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1 July, 2012
Refugees from Blue Nile State, Sudan, have fled over the border into Maban, South Sudan. The rainy season is starting which will make transportation more difficult. The international medical aid agency, Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is providing health care and some water but it is calling for other agencies to increase their support.
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1 July, 2012
Alison Criado-Perez, an MSF nurse at a transit site close to Jamam camp in Upper Nile State, South Sudan, talks about screening for malnourished children amid the current refugee crisis.
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24 June, 2012
This film reviews MSFs activities during the year 2011-2012 in these countries: Somalia - Haiti - Syria - Libya - Malnutrition - Burlina Faso - Côte d'Ivoire - Central African Republic - South Sudan - Pakistan - Chechnya - Generics - Tuberculosis
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24 May, 2012
    Are you doing sputum induction (SI) in your clinic? It's safe, affordable and increases the diagnosis of paediatric TB. This video illustrates the procedure in an out-patient clinic in KhayelitshaFor more information/feedback contact: musaed.abrahams@joburg.msf.org
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24 May, 2012
  Are you doing sputum induction (SI) in your clinic? It's safe, affordable and increases the diagnosis of paediatric TB. This video describes the evidence for SI.For more information/feedback contact: musaed.abrahams@joburg.msf.org  
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23 March, 2012
    Phumeza is an XDR-TB patient and a blogger for the TBME project. In her fourth video blog, Phumeza thanks the readers of her blog, especially for the comments and messages of support. To read the rest of her blog, go to msf.me/GCWOPQ
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22 March, 2012
  Phumeza, 21, is an XDR-TB patient who currently lives at the Lizo Nobanda TB Care Centre in Khayelitsha. Phumeza blogs about her experiences on MSF’s collaborative TB blog, TB&ME. This is her second video. Visit the TB&ME blog here: http://blogs.msf.org/tb/
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