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Nezabutni, an innovative platform to help the most vulnerable Ukrainians amidst war

Nezabutni Charitable Foundation with support of The MSF Foundation has launched an initiative to help Ukrainian people with dementia and elderly people in times of war. Irina Shevchenko and Natalie Roberts, who met in Ukraine a few weeks ago, explain the situation on the field and the major challenges for vulnerable people in the country now, which the platform created by Nezabutni addresses.

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Masques Compressifs Haiti. Tabarre
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In Haiti, the MSF Foundation launches a research study on compression masks, the first of its kind in the medical world

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Dr Nada Malou's intervention at the DIHAD 2022 conference

DIHAD is considered the first humanitarian and development event in the Middle East and has been bringing together leading humanitarian actors, government emergency management agencies, foundations and others since 2004. On the occasion of the 18th conference held from March 14-16, 2022, Dr Nada Malou presented Antibiogo.

 

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Launch of the internal deployment plan

Mini-Lab is now ready to be deployed within the MSF Movement.

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Mini-Lab collaborates with WHONET

MSF is pleased to announce the partnership between MSF and WHONET to integrate WHONET's expertise into the Laboratory Information Management System (Mini-LIMS) to facilitate the interpretation of antibiotic susceptibility tests (AST)

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Interview with Natalie Roberts : COVID-19 Alert and SMS Afia Yetu projects

Natalie Roberts is the director of studies at Crash and program manager at the MSF Foundation. During the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, she was involved in the implementation of two digital health applications.

Here she discusses the field of digital health and the challenge that COVID represented in the research on these issues. In this interview, we discover the needs behind the "Alerte-Niger" and "SMS Afia Yetu" projects, the stages of their development, but also the obstacles encountered by the MSF teams (the health context, relations with partners, preconceived ideas about the population).

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