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Medical activities continue to assist Somali population

Shedding light on the humanitarian crisis in slums

MSF treats tens of thousands in crisis

Despite kidnapping, MSF never stopped medical activities in Dagahaley

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has followed-up nearly 3,000 of the HIV/AIDS patients who received antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) from falsified batches and provided them with replacement ARVs. MSF is working hard to get in contact with the remaining patients who might need to have their drugs switched. On 5 th and 7 th September, MSF’s HIV/AIDS medical teams in Kenya detected quality problems on two batches of Zidolam-N, a WHO prequalified antiretroviral drug.

Call repeated for outside investigation

New report looks at ongoing desperate situation

Month In Focus – March 2012 Maternal health – Saving women’s lives
Dadaab – Back to square one
Tuberculosis – A constant battle
Sleeping sickness – A mobile team in central Africa
Novartis – The final act

MSF calls for solutions for Dadaab’s half a million Somali refugees

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