MSF Resumes Humanitarian Operations In Myanmar’s Rakhine State After 9-Month Government Ban

Reuters: MSF resumes work in Myanmar state after government ban
“An international medical group has resumed work in an area of northwest Myanmar after a nine-month government ban on its presence in one of the poorest parts of the country over allegations of bias. Médecins Sans Frontières-Holland (MSF) said Tuesday it was allowed to resume work on Dec. 17 in Rakhine State, where it has provided health and emergency assistance since 1992…” (Mooney, 1/21).

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