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Saskia Spoor, an MSF doctor working at the health centre in Kule refugee camp, in Ethiopia's Itang district, attends to a patient with Downs syndrome admitted for malnourishment in November 2017. © ZACHARIAS ABUBEKER
Saskia Spoor, an MSF doctor working at the health centre in Kule refugee camp, in Ethiopia's Itang district, attends to a patient with Downs syndrome admitted for malnourishment in November 2017. © ZACHARIAS ABUBEKER

    In Ethiopia, MSF continues to fill gaps in healthcare and responds to emergencies such as malnutrition and disease outbreaks in both the host population and the growing refugee communities.

    Over the year, MSF responded to a major nutrition emergency in Doolo and Jarar zones, Somali region. More than 3,400 children were admitted to MSF’s inpatient therapeutic feeding centres and...

    Read full article in the International Activity Report 2017


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