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Violence Against Women And Children Is A Daily Struggle In Papua New Guinea


Violence Against Women And Children Is A Daily Struggle In Papua New Guinea: -- [] -- MSF started working in PNG nine years ago because there was a huge need for these specific services; I frequently hear people from the community say that MSF has saved thousands of lives by being here. That part of it—helping make a significant difference in our patients’ lives—has been extremely gratifying. But I can’t ignore the problems that we as an organization cannot address.

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