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This reports results from a study analysing the factors affecting delays in accessing services for gender-based violence survivors in Borno State, Nigeria.
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It is estimated by the Russian Ministry of Health that 0.8 million people are living with HIV and that 85,800 new infections occurred in 2017. In the general population (15-49 years) prevalence is estimated to be 1.2% (0.9% among women and 1.4% among men). In 2017, the main HIV transmission routes...
The Médecins du Monde chapters (MdM) in Palestine published today their latest report “The Labyrinths to Health in Gaza.” The report is the result of the growing concern on the number of Palestinians in Gaza having to go through a maze of obstacles to access tertiary health services outside of the...
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Doctors of the World – Médecins du monde France (MdM-F) has been working with sex workers since 1991. In 2016, programmes that directly or indirectly concern them exist in 9 countries: France, Russia, Mexico, Burma, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania. Members of...
In 2018, the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition (a coalition of 30 institutions and NGOs, which Médecins du Monde is a member) documented a total of 973 attacks on health in 23 countries in conflict. At least 167 workers died in attacks in 17 countries, and at least 710 were injured...
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It is estimated by the Russian Ministry of Health that 0.8 million people are living with HIV and that 85,800 new infections occurred in 2017.1 In the general population (15-49 years) prevalence is estimated to be 1.2% (0.9% among women and 1.4% among men). In 2017, the main HIV transmission routes...
The risks of social exclusion and potential negative health impacts on drug users are relatively well documented. However, questions about how their close relatives perceive the effects of drug use on them, and the solutions that need to be found, are rarely documented.
Médecins du Monde (MDM) supports civil society and youth initiatives for the right to information on sexual and reproductive health. © Olivier Papegnies
Today, 214 million women living in developing countries are unable to avoid or delay pregnancy because of lack of access to family planning services.
AN INVISIBLE CRISIS: EXPLORING MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS IN THE SYRIAN AND IRAQI CRISES ©Reuters
An invisible crisis is happening in the countries affected by the Syrian and Iraqi crises. Médecins du Monde (MdM) releases a booklet to mark World Mental Health Day (October 10th) in order to shed light on the important mental health and psychosocial needs of people who have been plagued by the...
Violence agains healthcare in Gaza
Médecins du Monde France (MdM) has been working in Palestine since 1996, and more particularly in Gaza for over 16 years. A part from its medical work, MDM advocates for access to healthcare services and health-related human rights.
 
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