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Groundbreaking MSF trial finds better treatment for people with drug-resistant tuberculosis
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Groundbreaking MSF trial finds better treatment for people with drug-resistant tuberculosis

Findings that prompted WHO to update global DR-TB treatment guidelines now published in the New England Journal of Medicine, show that a much shorter treatment regimen for drug-resistant TB is safer and cured almost 90 percent of patients

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Year in Picture 2022
A year in pictures 2022
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

A year in pictures 2022

In 2022, MSF teams around the world continued to respond to crises, old and new. While COVID-19 was no longer the emergency it was in previous years, new challenges arose. The war in Ukraine escalated in February; the political, humanitarian and economic crises in Haiti deteriorated severely; cholera emerged on an exceptional scale in several countries.

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MSF condemns the ban on women working for NGOs
MSF condemns the ban on women working for NGOs and their erasure from public life in Afghanistan
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

MSF condemns the ban on women working for NGOs and their erasure from public life in Afghanistan

After months of continuous restrictions placed on the female population of Afghanistan, limitations placed on their participation in everyday life, access to education, and most recently even the right to work for non-governmental organisations, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) strongly condemns the Islamic Emirate’s erasure of women from social life in the country.

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MSF condemns the ban on women working for NGOs
Overwhelming needs as earthquakes hit south Türkiye and northwest Syria: MSF scales up its response
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Overwhelming needs as earthquakes hit south Türkiye and northwest Syria: MSF scales up its response

Following the powerful earthquakes that hit the south of Türkiye and northwest Syria on February 6th, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), already supporting the population of northwest Syria, has mobilized its team along with local partners to respond to the increasing needs in the area. So far, the United Nations has confirmed more than 9,000 wounded and 2,300 dead according to the first estimates in both countries.

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We provide medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare. Our teams are made up of tens of thousands of health professionals, logistics and administrative staff – most of them hired locally. Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality.

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Awarded Nobel Peace Prize in 1999

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Manipur

Delivering specialist care for HIV, TB, and Hepatitis in Manipur

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Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh & Telangana

Essential healthcare in remote areas of Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana

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Jammu and Kashmir

Meeting mental health needs in Jammu and Kashmir

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India

MSF Telemedicine Helpline in India for Diabetes Management

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Bihar

Providing comprehensive care to people living with advanced-HIV in Bihar

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Maharashtra

Providing medical care for drug-resistant tuberculosis in Mumbai

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Delhi

Treating survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in Delhi

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Medicines shouldn’t be a luxury

MSF launched Access Campaign with a purpose to push for access to, and the development of life-saving and life prolonging medicines, diagnostic tests and vaccines for patients in MSF programmes and beyond.

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