Juggling Disaster in Myanmar and China Dealing with multiple disasters is a challenge for international aid organizations such as Doctors Without Borders. The group's director, Nicolas de Torrentes, discusses the obstacles involved in providing aid to two countries simultaneously.
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Juggling Disaster in Myanmar and China

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Juggling Disaster in Myanmar and China

Juggling Disaster in Myanmar and China

Juggling Disaster in Myanmar and China

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Dealing with multiple disasters is a challenge for international aid organizations such as Doctors Without Borders. Andrea Seabrook speaks with the group's director, Nicolas de Torrentes, about the challenges involved in providing aid to China and Myanmar simultaneously.

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