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MSF programme in Ethiopia
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To response the malnutrition crisis in southern Ethiopia, MSF has set up stabilization centers where medical teams provide 24-hour care to severely malnourished children suffering from complications such as malaria or pneumonia. Besides, supplementary food rations – enriched flour blended with oil and sugar – are being supplied every two weeks to moderately malnourished children and their families. [Juan Carlos Tomasi / MSF]

(MSF via China.org.cn December 3, 2008)

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