PORT-AU-PRINCE — A spate of incidents is jeopardizing the ability of Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF/DWB) to provide medical care to thousands of Haitians without putting staff and patient lives at risk, the group said Feb. 24.
“These repeated obstacles to our teams in Port-au-Prince to transfer patients from one hospital to another, these violent intrusions into our medical facilities and the crossfire that we face at the doors of our healthcare facilities seriously threaten the continuity of our activities," Mahaman Bachard Iro, coordinator of the group’s Haiti mission, said in a statement.
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF/DWB) in Haiti said Feb. 24 it fears it won’t be able to work without risking staff and patient safety.
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