Accessibility links

interview with Alfonso Verdu of Doctors without Borders


MC: THE HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS IS EXPRESSING DEEP CONCERN OVER THE RELOCATION OF APPROXIMATELY 200 SOMALI REFUGEE FAMILIES PER DAY TO THE IFO 3 EXTENSION CAMP – PART OF THE LARGER DADAAB COMPLEX. THE ORGANIZATION – KNOWN BY ITS FRENCH ABBREVIATION M-S-F -- SAYS THE CAMP CAN NOT PROPERLY SUPPORT THE NEEDS OF THE REFUGEES INCLUDING SUCH BASICS AS WATER AND SANITATION. IN ADDITINO, CAMP HOSPITALS ARE OVERCROWDED, AND SERIOUSLY ILL REFUGEES MAY HAVE TO WAIT FOR TREATMENT . I SPOKE WITH ALFONSO VERDU, M-S-F PROGRAM MANAGER FOR KENYA, SOMALIA AND ETHIOPIA, ABOUT MOVING THE SOMALI REFUGEES. KIM LEWIS/VERDU’ 3:34 NSO MC: THAT WAS ALFONSO VERDU, M-S-F PROGRAM MANAGER FOR KENYA, SOMALIA AND ETHIOPIA. HE SPOKE WITH ME FROM BARCELONA, SPAIN.

XS
SM
MD
LG