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During an R6M (Rendez-vous de Six Mois), an MSF-developed model of care whereby stable HIV patients have appointments every six months instead of the standard 1-2 months. Guinea, July 2018. © Albert Masias/MSF

    MSF continued to respond to malaria and HIV/AIDS – two of the main killers in Guinea – and conducted a selected catch-up vaccination campaign in Conakry.

    In 2019, we expanded our community-based child health programme to cover the whole Kouroussa prefecture, providing training and logistical support to 152 community health volunteers and 23 health posts and health centres to improve the detection, treatment and referral systems for patients with malaria, malnutrition and respiratory infections...

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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