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Médecins Sans Frontières
MSF is an independent, politically neutral organization whose funds come from public sources. MSF implements different kinds of projects, cooperating with international humanitarian and aid organizations such as the World Health Organization. In 1999, MSF was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize.

MSF volunteers strive to publicize the problems of people who have fallen victim to various catastrophes. They try to expose the scale of human suffering by arranging exhibitions and issuing publications and reports. MSF informs the public of violations of basic human rights and attempts to exert pressure on ruling elites that break the law.
Language version: main page in English, and 21 country pages in the corresponding languages (some country pages have texts in English)
News: on the work of MSF in disaster areas, and selected news on the country pages
Newsletter: no
Downloadable educational materials: 1) publications on the work of MSF and the problems of people in a given region
2) reports on different problems (e.g., the battle against malaria, violence against women)
3) articles on legal subjects
4) photos and films from places where MSF operates
5) photojournalism, videos, project descriptions, publications on medical, psychological and social issues
Contact: Médecins Sans Frontières
Rue de Lausanne 78 – CP
116 – 1211 Geneva 21
Tel.: +41 (22) 849 84 84
Fax: +41 (22) 849 84 88