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Empowering children living with type 1 diabetes

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Lebanon
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MSF
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Around a year ago, 12-year-old Houssam was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes following health complications that led to him to be hospitalised. “The news really scared us," says his father, Mohammed...

For displaced people in Iraq, going home seems impossible

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Iraq
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MSF
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Outside the city of Khanaqin in Diyala governorate, eastern Iraq, on a hill next to a dirty river, dozens of rows of caravans bake in the 47-degree heat. Inside the camps, known as Alwand 1 and 2,...

Yemen: MSF hospital partially destroyed in Mocha attack

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Yemen
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MSF
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Thursday, November 7, 2019 — Sana’a / Paris / London – A hospital run by Médecins Sans Frontières in Mocha, in southwestern Yemen, was partially destroyed on Wednesday evening when an attack hit the...

Haiti: A new day for patients with severe burns

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Haiti
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MSF
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The accident happened in a flash. A three-year-old boy was playing at home when he collided with his grandmother, who was carrying a pot of soup. The hot liquid spilled all over his head, scalding...

Mali: The science behind lifesaving care

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Mali
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MSF
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Mali’s rains fall heaviest in the southern region of Koutiala, a center for cotton farming once known as the “white gold” capital. The wet weather unfortunately also provides ideal conditions for...

Yemen: Going behind the front lines of a hidden war

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Yemen
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MSF
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There is an invisible war being fought in Yemen. Most people know only about the war in the headlines: the armed conflict between the forces of the Saudi-led coalition and the Ansar Allah group that...

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