Mobile medicine: Providing healthcare to Ukraine's war-torn villages
Providing healthcare in Ukraine is a huge challenge not only on the frontline, but also in areas left ravaged by conflict. The Ukrainian army says it has re-taken around 1,000 towns and villages from occupying Russian troops. These are zones where mainly elderly, isolated locals remain. They need medication and treatment for a variety of conditions such as diabetes, arthritis and post-traumatic stress disorder. FRANCE 24 followed a team from Doctors Without Borders, or Médecins sans frontières, who are trying to get basic healthcare to those is deperate need. FRANCE 24 's Catherine Norris Trent, Karim Yahiaoui and Mohamed Farhat report.
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