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MSF programme in Ethiopia
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An MSF medical staff is giving consultation to a malnourished child in southern Ethiopia. In the Oromiya and Southern Nations and Nationalities People's (SNNP) regions in southern Ethiopia, MSF has opened programs to provide treatment and food distribution to malnourished children since May. In some areas, scant rain, high food prices and poor buying power as well as other factors have contributed to triggering an alarming situation. [Juan Carlos Tomasi / MSF]

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

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