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Declared cured a patient is leaving to go home. Follow-up testing will confirm no relapse

Healing from DR-TB, despite long distances and numerous challenges

Treatment of drug-resistant TB can be extremely difficult - lasting up to 20 months for some patients and requiring daily trips to TB centers for medication 

People displaced by Tropical Cyclone Ana in Bangula, Nsanje district at Bangula ADMARC

After flooding, displaced Malawians are living in dire conditions

152,000 internally displaced people are now spread across 178 displacement camps in southern Malawi and are in desperate need of assistance.

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.


Al-Geneina, West Darfur: Humanitarian aid is being rolled back but the needs remain

Dr Hashim Jama Omer Osman is a Sudanese medical doctor who has worked for MSF since 2013. He spent four years with other INGOs before joining MSF. He has worked across Sudan as well as at MSF projects in Jordan, Nigeria, Somalia and Ethiopia. He is currently MSF’s project medical referent in Al-Geneina.


Kusisa: A hospital in the middle of the forest built with and for the community

Three years after the opening of a hospital in the Ziralo area of the South Kivu province, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, MSF ends its support to the Ministry of Health.


South Sudan: “A chain of women surrounded us, spreading their clothes wide to keep us out of sight”

MSF medical advisor Alyssia Ferrarese has just spent two months in Boma county, South Sudan, as part of a small team assessing people’s health needs and running mobile clinics in remote villages. Living conditions were tough and the work was challenging, but these were more than made up for by moments of deep connection with the local community, say Alyssia.


MSF opens a new project in South Sudan

MSF has opened a new project in the east of South Sudan’s in the Greater Pibor Administrative Area (GPAA)– a vast area near the border with Ethiopia, where people live scattered over long distances and where there are few health facilities. Many people are semi-nomadic, moving from place to place with their herds; others stay in their villages where they grow crops.


Nigeria, MSF: Zamfara state gripped by humanitarian crisis as violence escalates

Abuja, 3 June 2021 – Rising violence in northwest Nigeria’s Zamfara state is causing a humanitarian crisis, warns international medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) today. MSF is calling for an urgent humanitarian response for people in the region, who are desperately short of food, drinking water, shelter, protection and basic services, including healthcare.