1. Syria: The Human Side of the Crisis

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    The conflict in Syria has decimated what was previously a well-functioning healthcare system. With regions of the country inaccessible to humanitarian organisations, the huge medical needs that are indirect consequences of the conflict remain largely unreported and unseen. For more information visit www.msf.org.au

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    • Médecins Sans Frontières

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      Et si une simple idée pouvait changer la vie de millions de personnes séropositives ? Une idée aussi simple que cela : rapprocher le traitement des malades. Au Lesotho, UN adulte sur CINQ est séropositif. Des femmes enceintes doivent faire jusqu’à 5 heures de marche rien que pour aller chercher les médicaments nécessaires pour ne pas contaminer leur bébé. Au Malawi, DEUX emplois sur TROIS dans le secteur de la santé sont vacants en raison de la pénurie de médecins et d’infirmiers. Ils ont du mal à offrir un traitement quotidien aux 10% des adultes qui vivent avec le VIH. Plus de 90 % des personnes séropositives vivent dans des pays à faible et moyen revenu. Ils ont besoin de changement. Et si, au Lesotho, un voisin pouvait se charger d’apporter ses médicaments à la femme enceinte ? Et si, au Malawi, les médecins et infirmiers pouvaient déléguer la distribution des médicaments à des groupes de patients ? Les soins centrés sur les patients constituent une idée simple. Cette idée consiste à adapter les systèmes de santé à la vie des patients, plutôt qu’à adapter la vie des patients au système. La première étape est de réunir les patients pour qu’ils trouvent une solution à un problème commun. Vous pouvez contribuer à la réalisation de cette idée. Vous pouvez appeler les bailleurs à soutenir et à financer cette approche innovante. Tweetez. Parlez. Partagez.

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      • Medecins sans frontieres

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        • Médecins Sans Frontières Australia - Donate before June 30

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          JCDecaux digital campaign 2014, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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          • The Power Of Small

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            In February 2014, the fantastic Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) ran a competition for composers to write the music to their ground-breaking, innovative, origami-styled fund raising video, made by Lyrix Organix. Here's my solo piano submission. I hope you enjoy it.

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            • The Power of Small - CONCOURS MUSIQUE - MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES

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              Musique composée dans le cadre du concours de musique organisé par MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES.

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              • South Sudan: Thousands of people displaced

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                Fighting broke out in mid-December between government forces and supporters of the former vice-president. Over 70,000 people have fled the violence in Bor, capital of Jonglei state. Here, we are 50 km from the town Bor, where the army is trying to regain control. Bor has been in rebel hands since the end of December. The civilian population has fled. Most of the displaced are women and children. Forced to leave at a moment’s notice, they have few personal belongings. Here in Awerial camp, shelters and hygiene facilities are all too few.

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                • CAR: Extreme violence in Bangui

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                  Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, is in the midst of extreme violence. Attacks, lynchings, looting and reprisals are everyday occurrences. 100,000 displaced people are living in M'Poko camp near Bangui airport. Forced out of their homes by the violence that is rife in the city, the security they find here is only relative. On 2nd January, shooting at the airport led to the death of two children. That day, MSF, the only medical organisation in the camp, treated 40 wounded. But the endemic insecurity compelled MSF to cut back its activities for several days.

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                  • Central African Republic: MSF vaccinates 68,000 children against measles in Bangui camps

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                    Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is vaccinating 68,000 children against measles in camps across the capital of Central African Republic. With measles cases confirmed among children in several displacement camps in Bangui, where hundreds of thousands of people are sheltering, the measure was taken in five camps across the city to prevent an outbreak. "Measles can be a very deadly disease for children and is highly contagious,” said MSF’s vaccination coordinator Tessy Fautsch. “Ten to thirty percent of those children with already low natural immunity do not survive, unless they are vaccinated.”

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                    • Treating drug-resistant tuberculosis

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                      How many pills does it take to treat one person with drug-resistant TB? We need better treatment now: msfaccess.org/tbmanifesto

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