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People displaced by violent attacks in Palma who fled into Pemba housed at the stadium

Mozambique: “People ran into the bush to save their lives”

Amparo Vilasmil is MSF mental health activity manager in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique. She is part of a team operating in Montepuez, the second most populous city in the province and one of the destinations for people fleeing recent attacks in the coastal town of Palma.


Mozambique: Giving people an outlet to express their pain

 In northern Mozambique, the traumas that internally displaced people (IDPs) have lived through are taking their toll - MSF mental health workers are helping by giving them an outlet to express their pain. 

COVID-19 center set up in Blantyre, Malawi.

MSF: Urgent need for vaccines as new COVID-19 strain ravages Mozambique, Eswatini and Malawi

People in the poorest countries seem to be at the back of the queue to access this crucial vaccine.  MSF is calling on vaccine manufactures to ensure priority is given to countries that are in urgent need of protecting healthcare staff. 

Beneficiaries wait to receive medical consultations at the MSF clinic in Pemba

Mozambique: Urgent assistance needed for hundreds of thousands of people displaced by violence

MSF accelerates mobile clinic activities & clean water provision as more displaced people arrive in Pemba


Mozambique: Violence surges in Cabo Delgado forcing thousands to flee, destroying homes and further jeopardizing access to health care

After years of violent episodes, Cabo Delgado has seen a surge in attacks since March,  these assaults have decimated villages and terrified local populations

The road to Metuge is heavily damaged due to the cyclone and rains [MSF-SPAIN]

Northern Mozambique: Invisible conflict, very real consequences

MSF has been providing healthcare in Cabo Delgado province, one of the poorest and most isolated regions of Mozambique since February 2019. Early activities were rapidly disrupted by Cyclone Kenneth and replaced with emergency response to displacement and cholera. Since then, MSF has been building up healthcare activities. Bruno Cardoso, MSF’s project coordinator, has just returned from Mozambique and tells us more about the situation and what MSF does there.

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

“No time to lose”: AIDS deaths toll stagnating due to lack of basic testing at community level

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

Grâce M’Gazio is a young mother about to give birth. She is doing the HIV – AIDS test with Adeline Ouaboua, psychosocial advisor at the Castors maternity, Central African Republic [© Elisa Fourt/MSF]

The fight against HIV and TB is at a critical juncture

After a decade of strong commitments to fight HIV and TB, we are witnessing a decline in donor and domestic funding


Ethiopia: Tigray Crisis

People have been left without healthcare and tens of thousands have been displaced across Ethiopia and Sudan, following fighting that broke out in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, in November 2020.

MSF teams are working on both sides of the border, providing assistance to people in refugees camps in Sudan, and to the displaced and host communities within Tigray in Ethiopia.

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