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DRC: displaced communities are losing hope as the M23 crisis drags on in North Kivu

Tens of thousands of people are still displaced in Rutshuru and Nyiragongo territories due to the renewed conflict between the M23 armed group and the Congolese army in North Kivu.


Mozambique: Three new developments in the Cabo Delgado crisis

The northern province of Cabo Delgado is one of Mozambique’s most volatile regions, the scene of an intense conflict since October 2017, resulting in some 800,000 people fleeing from their homes. These are the latest developments.


“I see people collapsing, physically exhausted. They clearly haven’t had enough food for a while.”

Sami Al-Subaihi is MSF’s Emergency Project Coordinator in Twic County in Warrap State, South Sudan. He shares his urgent concerns for more than 20,000 people who fled violent clashes in and around Agok in Abyei Special Administrative Area, more than four months ago, and who are now living in six makeshift displacement camps. 


More than 33,000 people displaced in Twic County still awaiting urgent humanitarian aid after fleeing violence two months ago

Most people have settled in the open, and many still lack the basic essentials like shelter, food and clean water. Humanitarian assistance must be urgently scaled up to ensure the situation does not deteriorate before the rainy season sets in.


Ukraine: A race against time

Anja Wolz, MSF Emergency Coordinator currently based in Lviv, Ukraine, explains the urgency of this stage of the humanitarian response.


More humanitarian aid urgently needed for tens of thousands displaced from Agok area

MSF has been responding to the urgent needs of the displaced population in four locations in Twic County, South Sudan. However the needs remain massive and urgent 


Mozambique: Attacks and violence in Cabo Delgado displace thousands as cyclone season begin

More than 14,000 people have been forced to leave their homes on account of the escalating conflict and are now in search of safety and the basic means of survival.

A man and woman carry a set of relief items distributed by an MSF team

Mozambique: "It's extremely volatile - with people moving both to flee violence and return home"

Paulo Milanesio is a project coordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders (MSF) in Mueda, a town in the north of the Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, where hundreds of thousands of people have sought refuge from ongoing conflict.