Mamady TRAORE MD MPH, has been working in the humanitarian sector since 2007 with Médecins Sans Frontières. He is currently working in France as clinical leader, referent for vaccination and response to epidemics. He was successively: responsible for medical activities in the refugee camps of Bétou for the provision of primary and secondary health care in Congo; Medical Director of the Rutshuru referral hospital in North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo; Medical manager of the Arua day clinic, HIV and Tuberculosis project in Uganda; Medical coordinator, cholera focal point in Haiti; Medical Director of Aweil Referral Hospital Maternal and Child Health Project in South Sudan; Country medical coordinator for health and nutrition project in Chad; Country medical coordinator for health and nutrition projects in Mali and country medical coordinator in Nigeria first, and then in Ivory Coast, and regional contact for infectious diseases and epidemic response in Senegal.
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Mamady Traoré, a vaccine and epidemic response coordinator at Médecins Sans Frontières, considers that nationalistic attitudes in the acquisition of vaccines have taken precedence over international solidarity in the fight against the pandemic.