THE COMMUNITY AS A PILLAR: PROVIDING ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE IN ISOLATED OR INSECURE CONTEXTS
2021-04-03 | Access to health care is of prime importance, especially for the most vulnerable populations, who are isolated geographically or living in insecure contexts. Therefore, decentralizing health care and focusing on access in the community is a simple, adaptable and efficient strategy.
WHEN PAEDIATRIC PATIENTS DON'T RESPOND TO ANTIBIOTICS: DEALING WITH ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN SOUTH SUDAN
2021-03-30 | Dr. Hilaire Pato Mukobelwa is an experienced MSF paediatrician, he currently holds the position of Hospital Clinical Lead in Bentiu (South Sudan). Prior to the MSF Paediatric Days event, he shares his first-hand testimony coping with ABR in humanitarian settings.
Treating children with chronic diseases in Hawija, Iraq
2019-08-26 | Hawija district, in northern Iraq, has been profoundly affected by years of conflict and insecurity, and most recently the long siege and subsequent military offensive of 2017. Dr Britta Koelking, MSF’s medical activity manager in Hawija, describes her team’s work with children with non-communicable diseases.
Treating children with chronic diseases in Pulka, Nigeria
2019-08-26 | Pulka, a town in the Nigerian state of Borno, hosts more than 40,000 internal displaced people who have fled the long-running conflict in the area. Dr Kathrin Kramer, MSF’s medical activity manager in Pulka, describes her team’s work with children with non-communicable diseases.