Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, said the organisation would use the money to support research on diseases. Photo: David Wong Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, said the organisation would use the money to support research on diseases. Photo: David Wong
Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, said the organisation would use the money to support research on diseases. Photo: David Wong

Recipients of Hong Kong cash awards to inject HK$60m prize money towards world peace, health

Jimmy Carter to continue supporting peace programmes, while Medecins Sans Frontieres to pump money towards research on diseases and Chinese agricultural scientist Yuan Longping to work on beefing up food security

Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, said the organisation would use the money to support research on diseases. Photo: David Wong Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, said the organisation would use the money to support research on diseases. Photo: David Wong
Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, said the organisation would use the money to support research on diseases. Photo: David Wong
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