Médecins Sans Frontières

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Médecins Sans Frontières:

see Doctors Without BordersDoctors Without Borders,
Fr. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), international organization that provides emergency medical assistance to people suffering from a natural or societal disaster, such as an earthquake, disease epidemic, or war.
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14 (Saba) -- The Medecins sans frontiers (MSF) organization criticized on Saturday the continuation of the Saudi airstrikes against Yemen, particularly in the northern areas, which reached more than 15 sorties in the day.
PESHAWAR -- 70-year old Mehmet Shah was also one of them from Kurram Agency who get medical assistance from Medecins Sans Frontiers as his picture was also display in the exhibition of Pakistan behind the headlines started today (Friday ) at Puta Hall University of Peshawar and will continue till 8th September 2015.
Rescue ships including vessels from the Italian and Irish navies and humanitarian agency Medecins sans Frontiers (MSF) recovered 25 bodies after the boat sank off the Libyan coast on Wednesday and found no more overnight, a spokesman said.
Medecins Sans Frontiers also plays its part, running the operation of the Ebola Treatment Centre at Donka Hospital in Guinea's capital, Conakry.
In 1999, she joined Doctors Without Borders, which is also commonly known by its French translation Medecins Sans Frontiers.
All funds raised will go to Medecins Sans Frontiers who are working in the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the country.
Birgit, 36, is part of a team working for Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF), who are trying to help those badly injured during the country's brutal civil war.
Permission had been granted three months ago for the event, which was being organised by Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF).
Medecins sans Frontiers (Doctors without Borders), for example, has opened a hospital for refugees which had previously been designated to internally displaced people.
Medecins Sans Frontiers and Lebanon have a decades-long history.
For example, almost 400 patients were admitted into Salmaniya in the week leading up to the visit of Medecins Sans Frontiers, with over 70 admitted on March 21, when MSF stated the hospital was 'virtually empty',' it said.
SUKKUR, September 03, 2010 (Balochistan Times ): More than five weeks after flooding began to overwhelm Pakistans northern regions, Doctors Without Borders/ Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF) emergency medical and water and sanitation teams are continuing to work in the north while also expanding operations to the Sindh, where millions of people have been displaced by additional floods.