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MSF Cox's Bazar Bangladesh
Tessy Fautsch

Bangladesh

Interview with Tessy Fautsch, medical coordinator in Cox’s Bazar

Interview with Tessy Fautsch, medical coordinator for MSF in the Cox’s Bazar area of Bangladesh since 5 November 2018. In her role as medical coordinator, she is responsible for the medical quality of MSF projects.
MSF RDC Katanga épidémie rougeole vaccination
Natalie Roberts

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Update on the measles outbreak in ex-Katanga

Dr Nathalie Robert describes the challenges of responding to the measles epidemic, which is recurrent in the region.
La maison d'un ancien chef de milice détruite, suite à des représailles, dans la banlieue de Kananga. RDC, mars 2018. © Quentin Bruno/Brassage Photographique
Olivier Pirot

Democratic Republic of the Congo

MSF Head of Mission: facing challenges

Olivier Pirot's testimony, Head of Mission for MSF from September to December 2018 in DRC.
Somalie MSF témoignage migrant

Nine countries and 7,000km

Asad is from Somalia and he was forced to flee his country because his life was in grave danger. Asad’s shocking story is typical of the ordeal faced by thousands of people who, their lives in danger, try to claim their right to asylum.
Malakal Mental health MSF South Sudan

“Bring these children back to something approaching a normal life”

Interview with Cristina Carreño, MSF mental health advisor.

Lebanon

Psychological support for refugees in Lebanon’s Shatila camp

MSF psychologist Miriam Slikhanian shares her experiences of working with refugees in Lebanon’s Shatila camp.
Isa Sadiq Bwala

Nigeria

“Rann was like a graveyard”

MSF nurse Isa Sadiq Bwala is just back from Rann, in northeastern Nigeria, where he went to assess people’s medical needs after the 14 January attack on the town. Most of Rann’s residents have sought safety in Bodo, Cameroon, where an MSF team is providing them with medical care.
Niger MSF

Niger

The fear of being attacked at any time

Interview with Boulama Elhadji Gori, MSF Deputy Head of Mission in Niger.
Rohingya refugees in the makeshift refugee camp they now lives in. Bangladesh. August 2018. © Robin Hammond

Bangladesh

Rohingya trauma and resilience

Rohingya refugees share their own stories of trauma and resilience with celebrated photographer Robin Hammond.
Leishmaniose.¨Pakistan. Peshawar. Maladie négligée.
Suzette Kämink

Pakistan

Cutaneous leishmaniasis: “It starts with a pimple…”

MSF expert on tropical diseases Suzette Kämink explains why this neglected disease is so difficult to diagnose and treat in Pakistan.

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