We looked inside some of the tweets by @MSF_Zimbabwe and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Here an MSF team have reached a river that used to be a stream, which means our vehicle can’t go any further. The team decides to proceed on foot.
“I thought TB only affected the lungs, I didn’t realise it was possible to get TB in other parts of your body, until I experienced it myself.” -@GerriLiive on her experience with #TB and why she speaks out about it now #WorldTBDay http://bit.ly/2JP85rJ
@MSF is THE BEST NGO! Most of what you donate goes directly to responding to needs. Very little is used on administration.
Our patients are at the centre of everything we do. Thank you for the observation.
Thank you for your dedication. This is why I donate to Doctors Without Boarders from time to time.
Thank you for your support. You make it possible for us to assist communities in need.
Dr Moyo objective visits to health centres affected by cyclone Idai. Minister of health and Child Care, Dr Obadiah Moyo yesterday visited health facilities in Manicaland province to get... https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1751732458263607&id=148565931913609 … @MSF_Zimbabwe @UNICEFZIMBABWE @WHOAFRO @263Chat @healthmaters
Imagine taking toxic medicine every day, knowing that it carries risk of permanent deafness and psychosis. This is the painful reality for so many people with drug-resistant #tuberculosis 👉 http://ow.ly/ipJG30o7CAb #WorldTBDay2019
It’s #WorldTBDay2019 and ppl with drug-resistant TB are STILL forced to choose between being deaf or dead, bc the only treatment available to them is toxic. Better drugs are available, but most people who need them, can’t afford them 👉 http://ow.ly/ipJG30o7CAb @JNJGlobalHealth
In Makhanga health centre, health ministry staff have still not returned to work, so MSF continues to ensure primary health, HIV services and basic disease surveillance continues - approximately 150 consultations/day.
#MalawiFoods2019update: An MSF team of 18 people is supporting the health ministry to cover the needs of an estimated 18,000 people in Makhanga on the eastern bank of the Shire river # Malawi, with health, sanitation and non-food-item supplies.
#MSF emergency coordinator conducts a health talk on the importance of drinking clean and safe water to prevent water borne diseases before distributing aqua tablets to villagers at Charleswood primary school in #Chimanimani #CycloneIdai @UNICEFZIMBABWE @OxfaminZim
Two #MSF outreach teams are currently working to access remote parts of #Chimanimani. Some roads have been completely washed away. Here one team decides to proceed on foot for 12km after throwing the medical kit across the river, with essential supplies for outreach
An #MSF emergency team in collab with @MoHCCZim today walked for 12 km to Charleswood in #Chimanimani to conduct a medical assessment of health needs of the population. The team managed to donate medical supplies to village health workers in the area for distribution #CycloneIdai
Farai Marume #MSF, stands with a resident of Chiumba village in #Chimanimani on what remains of her village after houses, shops and a grain mill were swept away. Many residents lost their medications in the floods, in addition to their homes and livelihoods.
These are the remains of parts of Ngangu village #Chimanimani where many people were affected by #CycloneIdai.#MSF is working with @MoHCCZim & partners to provide medical assistance where needed including treating trauma & providing medication for those who lost theirs in floods
An #MSF doctor attends to Peter Matonhodze from Runyowani village in #Chimanimani after he sustained injuries from spending three nights stranded in a tree after being swept away by heavy rains last week #CycloneIdaiZw
Our nurse mentor attends to Nyasha Mhere of Chinamira village at a stabilisation centre run by MSF, @MoHCCZim and partners in #Chimanimani. Nyasha fell ill from spending a night in heavy rains after her home was destroyed by #CycloneIdaiZw last week.