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Villagers surrounded by water and stranded in a shrinking area of dry land[Photo: Nicola Flamigni/MSF]
05/12/2019

Kim Phillips, logistics coordinator of MSF in South Sudan

$262 million subsidy should not go to pharma giants Pfizer and GSK for pneumococcal vaccine [Photo: MSF]
03/12/2019

New Delhi, 3 December 2019—Ahead of this week’s board meeting of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance in New Delhi, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) called on board members to immediately stop paying out funds from a remaining US$262 million subsidy to the...

Kingsley Makwale MSF clinician examining Aisha at Mbenje Health Centre [Photo: Isabel Corthier/MSF]
02/12/2019

A 15-country snapshot report on progress in the fight against advanced HIV

MSF in Galkayo, Somalia
20/11/2019

Qeybo ka mid ah koonfurta iyo bartamaha Soomaaliya ayaa xilligan waxaa saameeyay fatahaad, taasoo ka kexeysay boqollaal kun oo ruux guryahooda isla markaana dhalisay dhibaato bini'aadannimo. Laakiin xitaa fatahaadda kahor, dadka ku nool Soomaaliya waxay ahaayeen kuwo aad u...

MSF in Galkayo, Somalia
20/11/2019

Southern and central parts of Somalia are currently affected by floods that have forced hundreds of thousands of people from their homes and triggered a humanitarian crisis. But even before the floods, people in Somalia were very vulnerable following decades of protracted...

Mohamed Kalil is MSF’s humanitarian affairs advisor [Photo: Abdalle Mumin/MSF]
19/11/2019

Mohamed Kalil is MSF’s humanitarian affairs advisor for Somalia and Somaliland. He has been working for the organisation for over a decade and was part of the first emergency team deployed in Beledweyne to respond to the flood crisis. Now back from the field, he shares...

Dadaab Overview
18/11/2019

Refugees in Dadaab Appeal for Dignity

15/11/2019

 A cholera epidemic has hit Burundi and its most densely populated city, Bujumbura but thanks to the fast response, there have been almost no deaths

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