Doctors of the World strengthens its intervention in the Gaza strip

Continued Israeli military operations are damaging the Palestinian healthcare system and restricting access to humanitarian aid. As the sanitary situation gets more critical with every passing day, Doctors of the World – Médecins du Monde (MdM) is strengthening its medical assistance to the civil population.

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Syria: MdM outraged by the deadly bombing on Qah village

On Sunday 27th April, an airstrike on the Syrian village of Qah in the Idlib region hit a school. Three people died (including two children) and eleven others were injured. Injured people have been treated in the closest hospitals. Some of these facilities are supported by MdM.

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Granada Declaration

We, the undersigned, meeting together at the 5th EUPHA European Conference on Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health held at the Andalusian School of Public Health (Spain), on the 9th to 12th April 2014, hereby endorse the following statement:

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New treatments for hepatitis C, a great hope for people infected with HCV, but accessible for how many?

Publication of a study on strategies for achieving universal access to HCV treatments
“We are witnessing a revolution in the treatment of hepatitis C virus with powerful molecules capable of curing the infection. There is no question that these treatments that can save millions of lives must be made universally available at an affordable price.”
Pr. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Nobel Laureate in Medicine

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Syria: Three years of war and horror is more than enough!

(Paris, 13th March 2014) Doctors of the World – Médecins du Monde (MdM) has been working in Syria since the start of the conflict, both inside the country and at its borders. We have seen for ourselves that the situation is worsening and that a “red line” has long been crossed.

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Medecins du Monde-Middle East

Click HERE to read the newsletter of Medecins du Monde-Middle East for September 2013.            

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SYRIA | Today, only the bombs have access to the people

More than 70,000 people have been killed, 1.8 million are refugees and 4 million more are internally displaced. There have been summary executions, civilian populations held hostage, hospitals bombed and health workers arrested, tortured and executed.

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