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20/04/2021

Pumps, bicycles and satellites: how MSF is fighting malaria in Burundi

Teams from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have carried out a number of large-scale malaria prevention campaigns in eastern Burundi in recent years, most recently in the hills of Kinyinya. Their objective: to attack the disease at its source by reducing the number of mosquitoes.

05/03/2021

Tigray Crisis: “We are suffering from a lack of medical care”

Fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region has uprooted hundreds of thousands of people. Inside Tigray, most of the displaced people stay with the host community, while tens of thousands live in informal sites or are still hiding in the bush or the mountains. MSF is deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation of hundreds of thousands of people who have been deprived of medical care for months and have received little humanitarian assistance

15/01/2021

Central African Republic: MSF teams ramp up support as violence escalates

The security and humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly in Central African Republic, according to reports by MSF teams, as clashes escalate between coalition armed groups and government forces supported by foreign troops, in violence linked to the electoral process.

08/01/2021

DUUFAAN KULAYLKA GATI OO BURBUR KA GAYSATAY XEEBAHA PUNTLAND, SOOMAALIYA

MSF waxay kala shaqeysay maamulka caafimaadka sidii ay u caawin lahayd qoysaska ku baro-kacay magaalada Bosaas

21/12/2020

South Sudan: MSF shifts focus to respond to health needs in the Greater Pibor Administrative Area

After 15 years working in the area, MSF will close its project in Pibor town but remain in the Greater Pibor Administrative area for emergencies

19/12/2020

Ethiopia: “They saw soldiers and civilians coming in, wounded or dead”

Psychological support for MSF staff on the border with Tigray, Ethiopia 

15/05/2020

COVID-19 and lack of protective equipment threaten life-saving medical care for vulnerable people in Mathare, Kenya

The disruption of the local health care infrastructure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has badly affected the ability of people living in Mathare to find essential medical care, leaving many at risk of being deprived of life-saving services.

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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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