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3 Months after Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the Philippines. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reflects on the reactions, response and ongoing efforts throughout the area. 
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The conflict in the Central African Republic and its effects on the people in photos. Check out our gallery. 
MSF has initiated an emergency response in Bangui, the capital city of the Central African Republic in response to violence which has displaced hundreds of thousands of people.
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New water system can produce safe, clean drinking water for a contaminated water source using ultra violet and reverse osmosis making potable drinking water from brackish water or seawater depending on the unit chosen.  The water filtration system, which is self-cleaning and will clean water down to 10 microns, the water system can be run off our mobile solar platforms or we can plug into any power source available, enabling the system to operate 24 hours a day. The system is scalable to suit the customers’ requirements
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A month after the typhoon Haiyan, MSF continues its work in the Philippines. Hospitals have been destroyed and many have chronic illnesses - MSF intends to maintain its presence, supporting health authorities as long as neccessary.
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Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders is an independent medical humanitarian aid organisation working to save lives and alleviate suffering on the front-lines of wars, disasters and disease outbreaks.Funded mostly through public donations, Médecins Sans Frontières acts fast to save lives.
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