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Nina Ivanova, 67, has a check-up at the MSF mobile clinic in Stepanivka, Ukraine. © Maurice Ressel
Nina Ivanova, 67, has a check-up at the MSF mobile clinic in Stepanivka, Ukraine. © Maurice Ressel

    As the conflict in eastern Ukraine continued into its third year, access to healthcare remained severely limited for people living along the frontline, due to disrupted services and damage to infrastructure.

    In eastern Ukraine, MSF scaled up its mobile clinics and operated in a total of 28 locations. The teams offered primary healthcare and...

    Read full article in the International Activity Report 2017


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