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In the past three days, at least 5,000 migrants and refugees have been rounded up across Tripoli by government security forces. During the raids on their homes, many of those captured were reportedly subjected to severe physical violence, including sexual violence.
Heavy rains have caused widespread flooding in South Sudan this year, affecting more than 400,000 people.
Three years after the opening of a hospital in the Ziralo area of the South Kivu province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, MSF ends its support to the Ministry of Health.
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Surviving COVID-19 and living with the stigma in Homa Bay, Kenya

Kennedy Magak, is a boda boda (motorbike taxi) operator in Homa Bay, who recently recovered from COVID-19. He talks to us about doubting COVID-19, just narrowly surviving and facing the stigma after recovery. 


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Treating NCDs in rural Kenya

Since 2017, MSF has been running a program to mentor, integrate and decentralize medical care for patients living with NCDs into primary health facilities in Embu. 

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