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Pediatric ward at Batangafo hospital

During the rainy season, malaria ravages communities that have limited access to healthcare and preventive measures. Every year, we see a spike of malaria cases across MSF´s projects in the Central African Republic


Since the first COVID-19 case was confirmed in Zinder, MSF quickly organised teams to support the local response to the pandemic, but with the reopening of borders a few weeks ago, our teams fear  that the rate of circulation of the virus would increase. 

One of the team at the COVID-19 center in Bunia

Since March 2020, and the first COVID-19 notified case in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Médecins Sans Frontières has been supporting the medical response, particularly in Nizi, Angumu and Drodro.


Following the declaration of this eleventh Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, MSF deployed teams to health zones in Équateur province to curb the spread of the disease, support community surveillance and provide rapid treatment to patients living in hard-to...

Naka IDP camp

There is a substantial and neglected humanitarian crisis in Benue state, indicative of a wider crisis across the Middle Belt. This is a long-term crisis and requires sustained solutions, incorporating humanitarian agencies, local and federal government and the UN.  

COVID-19 Anti stigma pins

Healthcare workers have a crucial role as patient advocates, and recognizing their experience of the disease can be a key means of addressing COVID-19 stigma. 


MSF urges both parties to reach minimum agreement to allow for immediate resumption of emergency and lifesaving services during the strike.


More than three years since the initial emergency, people are still living in the same overcrowded and basic bamboo shelters, dependent on aid and with little hope for the future.


COVID-19 Coronavirus

Most of the world's countries have reported cases of coronavirus disease COVID-19 and MSF teams in over 70 countries are now racing to respond to the pandemic.  

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