Medecins Sans Frontieres(2)

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Medecins Sans Frontieres Heather Wilson Writing 50
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Research Proposal Health in Locations of Humanitarian Crises Ideology of MSF Strategies of Implementation Finances Donations Expenditures The Researching Process Conclusion Evaluation of Organization Reflection on Project
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Health in Locations of Humanitarian Crises Populations with severe health risks: Those suffering an epidemic Refugees Populations in violent conflict These environments fuel: Limited government resources Improper medical knowledge or equipment Governmental indifference to status groups
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Inception of MSF Founded in 1971 Frustrations with the Red Cross and its procedures in Biafra, Nigeria Young doctors concluded that a new type of humanitarian aid needed to arise.
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Ideology of Medecins Sans Frontieres “There is so little care available that the only responsible ethical position is to take action.” Jean Hervè Bradol, MD and President of MSF
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