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The DRC's largest measles epidemic in years has affected more than 145,000 people and killed more than 2,700. Despite its scale, there is an alarming lack of a response, and without a significant mobilisation of resources, MSF is warning that the outbreak could get even...

January 2018: A family that's just arrived at the IDP camp in Monguno, north-east Nigeria. [ © Maro Verli/MSF ]

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

[© Maud Veith/SOS Méditeranée]

Op-ed by Dr Joanne Liu, International President, MSF

Health workers putting on their personal protective equipment (PPE) before entering in the red zone of the ETC in Butembo, DRC

The Ebola outbreak in DRC is entering its second year and it is clear that the response has so far failed to control this epidemic


 Far from stopping the flow of people, the recent criminalisation of migration by both European and non-European governments has significantly increased the vulnerability of people on the move


A genetic blood disorder, in its acute forms thalassemia requires demanding treatment that MSF provides in a paediatric hospital in the city of Zahle in Bekaa Valley.

Local volunteers, health workers and MSF staff members celebrated the opening of mental health activities in West Point, Liberia. [© Clément Lier/MSF]

In collaboration with the Liberian Ministry of Health and other partners, MSF's new program in Liberia now provides outpatient care for about 1,350 people with mental health disorders or epilepsy

[ © Mack Alix Mushitsi / Médecins Sans Frontières]

In CAR, as in many other countries, sexual violence is a taboo subject and often survivors of sexual assault are forbidden from talking about it due to the shame it will bring on their family


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