Claudia Blume, Press Officer
Note: a press officer will be present at the four exhibitions in St.John’s, Halifax, Moncton and Québec.
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The following photographs may be used by print, online, and broadcast media outlets for coverage of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) exhibit, “A Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City.” Each image has a suggested caption and a mandatory photographer’s credit line. When publishing any of the following images, please apply the photographer’s credit line assigned to the image.
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|download||© Chibuzo Okanta/MSF||In Ivory Coast, armed clashes followed the presidential election of November 2010. In Abidjan, MSF is providing emergency support to Abobo South Hospital, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health. Following clashes on March 17, 2011, MSF teams received 66 people wounded by bullets or shrapnel.|
|download||© Gaël Turine / VU’||A group of refugees arrive in the village of Kparblee in Liberia, at the Ivorian border, where they have relatives to stay with. Already more than 3000 refugees are staying in this village. The refugees have walked for days, fleeing the deteriorating security situation in Ivory Coast.|
|download||© Nenna Arnold/MSF||A newly arrived family of refugees from Somalia stand outside their shelter, near Dagahaley refugee camp, Dadaab, Kenya.|
|download||© Serene Assir/MSF||At the MSF-run hospital in Dagahaley camp near Dadaab, Kenya, a mother feeds her child therapeutic milk. As soon as her child starts to improve, he will be able to start combining the milk with ready-to-use food. MSF medical staff closely monitors the progress of children at the hospital.|
|download||© Lahoucine Boufoullous/MSF||MSF has been working in the hospital of Az Zintan, western Libya, since April 30, 2011. Since the beginning of May, around one hundred war-wounded patients have been admitted following armed clashes. MSF is donating medical equipment and materials, training medical staff and supporting the intensive care unit in order in coping with the influx of wounded.|
© Michael Bates/MSF
|Hundreds of thousands of refugees have passed through Shousha camp on the Tunisian-Libyan border since the start of the Libyan conflict in February 2011. Some 4,000 people, mainly sub-Saharan Africans, cannot be repatriated due to the situation in their countries of origin. They face an uncertain future.|
© Mattia Insolera
|An Eritrean girl plays in front of a church in Shousha Camp. Since early March, MSF has been running a mental health program for people who have fled the conflict in Libya, performing over 9,000 mental health consultations. Many people have had traumatic experiences, either witnessing or directly experiencing violence in the course of their escape from Libya. In addition, thousands of sub-Saharan African refugees are survivors of persecution and ill-treatment that took place in Libya prior to the conflict.|
© Jorge Dirkx
|Libyan immigrants travel by boat from Zanzour, Libya to the Italian island of Lampedusa on Friday 13 May, 2011. The refugees come from countries all over Africa, including Somalia, Eritrea, and Nigeria.|
|download||© Kate Geraghty/ Fairfax Media||
Abien Dau, Southern Sudan. MSF nurse and midwife Lilian Anyango from Kenya (5th from right, seated) and Santino Mayiik from Southern Sudan (2nd from right,white shirt) dispenses medication to patients who have attended the MSF mobile clinic in Abien Dau transit returnee camp, Warrup State, Southern Sudan. 11 January, 2011.
|download||© Damien Follet||Water purifying sachets distribution in Songopur, Sindh Province, Pakistan. Three months after the floods that inundated Pakistan, MSF has stopped the emergency response activities in some parts of the country, such as in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and in northern Sindh provinces, where flood-affected people have started returning to their homes. However, in southern Sindh and esasten Balochistan provinces, MSF teams continue to provide medical care, nutrition programs, safe water and transitional shelters to the affected population.|
|download||© Damien Follet||Floods Emergency explo team in Bubak, Sindh Province, Pakistan.
|download||© Avril Benoît/MSF||Internally displaced women risk being subjected to violence when they leave Kalma displacement camp, in Darfur, Sudan, to collect straw and firewood (2008).|
|download||© Pascale Zintzen/MSF||A camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the North Kivu province of Democratic Republic of Congo, where ongoing violent attacks have forced the population to flee repeatedly. Here, in Masisi district, MSF performs emergency surgeries, treats malnutrition, and provides consultations for malaria and respiratory and urinary infections (2008).|
|download||© Pascale Zintzen/MSF||A camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Masisi, Democratic Republic of Congo, where 2,300 families have sought shelter after fleeing violent attacks throughout North Kivu province (2008).|