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Haiti and Women's Cancers: Barriers and Solutions
Description: What are the obstacles that prevent women in Haiti from receiving timely information and treatment for women's cancers? Bringing Hope to Women with Cancer in Haiti:
  26 Jun 2017   5m32s 0 126 0
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Description: Il Dottor Lushombo Ntwali Vincker ci spiega il nostro progetto di assistenza sanitaria in Nord Kivu (RDC) per la popolazione sfollata e autoctona.
  26 Jun 2017   1m38s 0 6 0
Chasing the Needs in South Sudan
Description: In spring and summer of 2016, fighting around the town of Wau in South Sudan made it very difficult to reach people in need with medical care, but Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) persisted. This story of civilians running for safety from one place to another, of health facilities being looted and burned, and of people being cut off from essential services, has been repeated across the country over the last year. Watch "Telemedicine on the Front Lines": Subscribe to the MSF-USA Youtube channel for videos every week on MSF's issues and activities around the world. We bring you stories from the field about emergency response during war, conflict, and natural disasters; aiding refugees; providing mother and child health care; and more. Subscribe here:
  19 Jun 2017   3m43s 7 330 0
WHO: Guardian of Health
Description: Health is essential for people to reach their full potential. That’s why the World Health Organization works to make sure everyone everywhere has access to health services wherever and whenever they need them. WHO serves a unique role as the guardian of health. Watch this video to find out more. And visit for more information
  16 Jun 2017   2m2s 57 2565 0
Inna Topal on the hidden burdens of conflict in Ukraine
Description: With 1.7 million people left internally displaced by the conflict in Ukraine, our Project Manager Inna Topal shares findings from our latest research which suggests a third of this group are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
  07 Jun 2017   1m51s 1 33 0
UNICEF Regional Director speaks to Al Jazeera English on Yemen
Description: Imminent threat of famine, cholera outbreak, and an ongoing war leaving Yemen in an incredibly dire situation. For more info, here's the full statement:
  04 Jun 2017   6m1s 4 53 0
Yemen: Suspected cholera cases soar | UNICEF
Description: Health workers are racing against time to save children from the unprecedented spread of cholera in Yemen. In just over one month, close to 70,000 cholera cases have been reported with nearly 600 fatalities. The number of suspected cases is expected to reach 130,000 within the next two weeks. The spread of the disease is turning an already dire situation for children into a disaster. Since the start of the outbreak we’ve been working with partners to reach children and families. Our teams on the ground have provided safe water to over 1 million people and delivered over 40 tonnes of life-saving medical equipment – including medicine, oral rehydration salts, intravenous fluids and diarrhoea disease kits. We must act now to save children’s lives. Help us, help them: Subscribe to UNICEF here: The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child. Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: For more about UNICEF's work, visit: Follow UNICEF here: UNICEF Connect blog: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Tumblr: Pinterest: Medium:
  02 Jun 2017   1m4s 44 1677 0
Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea: An Urgent Public Health Issue
Description: This animation details the history of drug-resistant gonorrhea in the United States, the dangers of untreatable gonorrhea, and why this issue must remain a top public health priority. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: This video can also be viewed at
  30 May 2017   3m41s 52 6894 0
Protection of civilians and medical care in armed conflict - UN Secretary-General Remarks
Description: United Nations - Remarks by H.E. Mr. António Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General, during the Security Council open debate on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict.
  25 May 2017   9m29s 11 294 0
Free Care for Hepatitis C in Cambodia
Description: "The majority of our patients are pretty poor, so this is a hardship for them to have to come all the way to Phnom Pehn to get treated for hepatitis C, but they are doing it," said Dr. Theresa Chan. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been delivering treatment to patients with hepatitis C in Phnom Penh since October 2016. Due to the overwhelming needs, and this being the only free screening and treatment available in the city, MSF has been prioritizing those with the greatest risk of developing severe and fatal forms of the disease. Many more people need these drugs, and the exorbitant price charged for them must be addressed. Next, watch "MSF and Local NGO Tackle Cervical Cancer in Philippines": Subscribe to the MSF-USA Youtube channel for videos every week on MSF's issues and activities around the world. We bring you stories from the field about emergency response during war, conflict, and natural disasters; aiding refugees; providing mother and child health care; and more. Subscribe here:
  25 May 2017   3m34s 3 145 0
Sudan: Obstruction of Aid Denies Women Lifesaving Health Care
Description: Most women and girls in the rebel-held Nuba Mountains of Sudan lack access to reproductive health care, including emergency obstetric care. Their plight is one of the little known yet far-reaching effects of years of obstruction of aid to the area by the Sudanese government and armed opposition. Women and girls cannot get contraception and have little access to health care if they face complications during pregnancy and childbirth. The parties to the six-year-long conflict, the Sudanese government and the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North (SPLA-North), have both obstructed impartial humanitarian aid.
  22 May 2017   2m14s 11 936 0
SAMS 2016 Impact
Description: 2016 was a difficult year for SAMS and the people we serve. Despite the challenges, SAMS expanded its programming, widened its reach and maximized its impact. In 2016, SAMS provided 3 million medical services across five countries. Amidst aerial attacks and continuing displacement, we supported 192 facilities and provided 325,354 health services to refugees. This year, you can help us bring relief to those affected by crisis. Donate today:
  22 May 2017   2m51s 3 129 0