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May 11, 2017

Today marks the release of a new report by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) that shines a light on a humanitarian crisis taking place just south of Canada and the United States, along the migration corridor from Central America northward through Mexico.

May 11, 2017

Central Americans forced to flee devastating violence in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador are being re-victimized along the migration route to the United States and Mexico, according to a report released today by the medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontieres (MSF).

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Imagine you are nine months pregnant and ready to give birth. You feel your contractions start. You are excited and afraid, but mostly you are in pain and praying that everything will go well.

MSF will monitor to ensure uninterrupted supplies of antiretrovirals

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On Jan. 10, 2009, tens of thousands of people in Guatemala City participated in a rally against violence. The rally is likely to raise awareness, as it was the Catholic Church calling for the march in Guatemala’s capital. The violence has reached such a level that the people are living in a state of fear, the cardinal of Guatemala City says. His statements are also supported by La Prensa, Guatemala’s most respected daily newspaper.

Short-sighted savings measures ignore latest science, will cost more lives