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14/08/2019
Along with water, shelter, food and healthcare, protection is a basic need for displaced people - especially children who have lived most of their lives in the protracted conflict
January 2018: A family that's just arrived at the IDP camp in Monguno, north-east Nigeria. [ © Maro Verli/MSF ]
13/08/2019
The crisis is not over – Borno state is still in the grip of a conflict-driven humanitarian crisis and civilians are caught up in the middle of violence
A man who is recovering from his burns sits on his bed in the burn unit ward. [© Benedicte Kurzen/NOOR]
09/08/2019
Responding to an emergency is all about flexibility and being willing to shift priorities as new information comes to light.  So what happens when an oil tanker explodes after a road traffic accident? Mohana Amirtharajah, MSF...
Twenty-year-old Mamma Mohammed was threatened, locked up and forced into marriage by members of an armed group. Pregnant, she finally escaped to the town of Pulka, in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state, where she is staying in a camp for displaced people.
05/08/2019
Twenty-year-old Mamma Mohammed was threatened, locked up and forced into marriage by members of an armed group. Pregnant, she finally escaped to the town of Pulka, in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state. She is now staying in...

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