Myanmar: Hope and solidarity in the midst of crisis

Public health is already being hit hard. How can a medical humanitarian organization provide care and support amid political turmoil?

February 2019: Patients wait for a consultation from MSF’s mobile medical unit in Naga, Myanmar. Photo: MSF/Scott Hamilton
February 2019: MSF’s mobile medical unit on their way back to Lahe town. In the northwest of Myanmar, mountainous terrain and remote villages make it difficult for the people to access basic healthcare services, even more so during the rainy season, when some of the villages can be cut off for several months. Photo: MSF/Scott Hamilton



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Doctors Without Borders

Medical aid org working globally to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.