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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: The long walk for new life

Fewer than half of South Sudanese people live within five kilometres of a functional health facility. MSF is doing its part to help, and in 2020 MSF teams assisted 13,400 births in South Sudan.


The Doctors Without Borders ambulance service in South-West Cameroon: an essential lifeline in a region beset by violence

Since 2018, MSF has been running a 24/7 ambulance service, community-level care and support to health facilities in the two regions. In 2020, almost 9,000 referrals were completed through the ambulance service. However, in December 2020, MSF medical services were suspended by Cameroon’s authorities in the North-West Region; this suspension has not been lifted.


After six years of improving access to safe and accessible delivery, MSF hands over activities in Likoni, Kenya

In the six years MSF has supported the Mrima Health Centre, it assisted almost 30,000 deliveries, performed close to 4,100 caesarean sections, conducted over 53,000 antenatal and some 28,500 postnatal consultations.


DRC: Voices of Survivors

In 2020, MSF medical and mental health staff assisted 10,810  survivors of sexual violence  in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), which means nearly 30 each day. It's an enormous figure which is unfortunately only the tip of the iceberg.


DRC: Doctors Without Borders calls for urgent boost to support survivors of sexual violence

MSF warns of the lack of support available for survivors of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).


It takes a whole village: the need of a multiple approach to assist survivors of sexual violence

In light of the magnitude and the impact of the sexual violence in the country, MSF calls on the Congolese authorities and their partners to act now, in line with the medical, legal and socioeconomic needs that we observe.