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“Returning to Haiti means death”

Haitian migrants risking their lives to flee conflict face still more dangers on the journey through Latin America Haitians seeking asylum in the United States continue to be at risk of being expelled and sent back to a country in...

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Haiti: Dozens of people hit by stray bullets as fierce violence flares up again in Port-au-Prince

Since last weekend, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders is seeing a significant increase in the number patients wounded by stray bullets in its medical facilities in the capital. Since the start of violent clashes between armed groups in the peripheral...

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Haiti: A wave of violence in Port-au-Prince

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, May 11, 2022—Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is alarmed by the latest wave of violence in Port-au-Prince as its staff have received more than 96 people with gunshot wounds in its medical facilities since April 24.From April 24 to...

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Haiti: Ten years after Haiti earthquake, medical care is deteriorating

PORT-AU-PRINCE/NEW YORK/PARIS — As the world marks 10 years since a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reflects on our response to the disaster a decade ago and highlights the current deterioration of medical care in the country...

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Haiti: Sunday morning in Tabarre emergency trauma hospital

Since its reopening on 27 November 2019, people have been arriving at MSF's hospital in the Tabarre area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Specialising in emergency trauma care, the hospital reached its initial capacity of 25 beds in its first two weeks. The medical...

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Haiti

  Health needs are immense in Haiti, with a weak health system that was further weakened after the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew at the end of 2016. We continue to respond to urgent needs wherever possible, but greater investment...

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AYITI – My first mission as an MSF Doctor – Kalyansundari Gomathinayagam, M.D.

A lot of expectations and excitement, starting right from the Preparation for Primary Departure (or PPD) training course: who is going where, through chitchats and Facebook; anticipating that next it will be my turn; being proposed for the Central African...

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