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‘Left untreated cholera kills 50% of its victims, but that drops to less than 1% if people can access medical care in time’ Justin is a doctor from the UK who is currently working the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He blogs about being part of the mobile boat clinic which is working to combat an outbreak of cholera. Providing treatment is vital, but the team also focusses on providing education on how people can protect themselves against cholera and what to do if they do develop…

A baby is weighed in the triage area of Kabo health centre, Central African Republic. Kabo is located in an area under the influence of armed groups in the north of CAR. MSF has been working in Kabo since 2006 to provide medical care to more than 50,000 people. In the first six months of 2016 MSF provided more than 30,000 consultations to people in the Kabo area. © Sandra Smiley/MSF #MSF #DoctorsWithoutBorders #Kabo #CentralAfricanRepublic #CARcrisis #baby #babyweigh

« Si la RCA était l'un de nos patients, nous dirions qu'elle est sortie de la salle d'urgence, mais qu'elle doit encore rester sous perfusion en soins intensifs. Si la communauté des bailleurs de fonds devait couper les financements pour le pays, ce serait comme priver ce patient de soins vitaux. Cela aurait des conséquences tragiques. » Emmanuel Lampaert, chef de mission de MSF en République centrafricaine. #MSF #RCA #RCAconf

"We knew we needed better diagnostics at the bedside. When one of our paediatricians heard about the portable eye examination kit, we realised that this could be just what we were looking for." Our teams in Mali are testing new mobile phone technology to help diagnose children with cerebral malaria, a severe condition that can lead to death if not treated. MSF tropical medicines advisor Estrella Lasry explains how this simple technology is helping to transform MSF’s treatment of this disease…

Le Dr. Joanne Liu, présidente internationale de MSF et Natalie Roberts, responsable des programmes d’urgence étaient récemment au Nigeria, dans l’État de Borno. En plus de la faim et des déplacements de populations, elles ont remarqué autre chose de très dérangeant sur place il y avait très peu d’enfants de moins de cinq ans. « Pas de touts petits à califourchon sur les hanches de leurs grandes sœurs. Pas de bébés drapés sur le dos de leurs mères. Comme s’ils avaient disparu.»…

Ce 17 novembre, la communauté internationale renégocie l’aide financière qu’elle apporte à la République centrafricaine. Marie, petite fille de deux ans en dépend ainsi que 2,2 millions de centrafricains. Garantir l’accès aux soins de santé doit être une priorité. _________ #CAR #RCA #CARCrisis #MSF #RCAConf _________ Photo ©Sandra Smiley/MSF

Le petit Rouai, atteint de paludisme, dans les bras de sa maman. _________ #MSF #Niger #Dungass #Paludisme #Bébé #Maman _________ Photo © Louise Annaud/MSF

‘“Ready to be an unemployed, underestimated anthropologist!” I wrote on Facebook the day I graduated,’ blogs Beatriz, an anthropologist and MSF health promotion manager in Pakistan. ‘Little did I know that my degree, which not many people actually understand (‘so you study dinosaurs?’, ‘you work with bones?’) would get me working in an organisation I love, in contexts I had always dreamed about working in.’ Follow the link in our bio to read more. © Nasir Ghafoor/MSF #MSF…

There has been an alarming resurgence of malaria in Niger this summer, despite a significant decline in cases over the last three years. The rainy season corresponds to the lean season, meaning malaria and malnutrition peaks coincide. For children in particular it is the most difficult period of the year. Our teams have once again responded to the emergency by setting up additional health structures, and recruiting temporary medical staff, in the Tahoua, Zinder, Maradi and Diffa regions. ©…