27 articles related to "Malawi"
Mind the Deadly Gaps: Health Care Worker Shortages in Southern Africa Causing Fatal Delays in Bringing AIDS Care to Those in Urgent Need Mexico City, 3 August 2008 – On the opening day of...
Press Release – Last updated 15 July 2011
Cecilia is 30 years old but moves with the hesitant gait of an old woman. She was admitted to the Thyolo hospital a week ago and is still too weak to walk unaided. She has active TB for the second time...
Web article – Last updated 25 October 2004
HELP WANTED. Confronting the health care worker crisis to expand access to HIV/AIDS treatment: MSF experience in southern Africa
This is the ninth edition of Untangling the web of price reductions: a pricing guide for the purchase of ARVs for developing countries. The report was first published by Médecins Sans Frontières...
Report – Last updated 01 May 2007
Antiretroviral Therapy in Primary Health Care: Experience of the Chiradzulu programme in Malawi (Case study)
The Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) programme which provides highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) to patients living with HIV/AIDS in Chiradzulu, Malawi, has demonstrated the...
Report – Last updated 04 July 2004
Glimmer of Hope in the Midst of Sobering AIDS News - new MSF/WHO report documents successful drug strategies
Nairobi, 22 September 2003 - The international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) jointly released a report...
Press Release – Last updated 28 July 2011
November 27th 2003, Nairobi - Millions of people with AIDS could benefit from life-saving antiretroviral medicines, but it will only happen if treatment models become much better adapted to the real-life...
Press Release – Last updated 27 July 2011
London, 30th November 2004 – Donor governments and countries hardest hit by HIV/AIDS must take immediate steps to address today’s treatment deficit emergency and the gaps in research and...
Press Release – Last updated 22 July 2011