Doctors Without Borders launches personal stories from Congo: "Condition Critical"

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5 Responses to “Doctors Without Borders launches personal stories from Congo: "Condition Critical"”

  1. octopod says:

    MSF really are an outstanding charity. the congo is one of those relentless tragedies that don’t seem to make the news. thanks for posting this.

  2. unruly katy says:

    You know, I just told my husband to make a donation to Right to Play in lieu of buying me a Christmas present. I think I need to make a donation myself, to MSF, because honestly, who is doing more sterling work in this blighted world than these guys?

  3. highlyverbal says:

    It is very surreal for this piece to precede the item on the rotating kitchen.

    MSF >> rotating kitchens.

  4. julesdwit says:

    Fans of Doctors Without Borders in the U.S. might also want to check out this upcoming event on Dec 14:

    http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/livinginemergency

    A one-night event featuring the documentary “Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders” (short-listed for an Oscar nomination) followed by a LIVE panel discussion with doctors featured in the film and award-winning journalists.

    Broadcast via satellite from NYC to over 440 movie theaters nationwide.

  5. Teller says:

    I love these guys. And in the giving season, a well-timed post.

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