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28/09/2021

Typically, in our country, it's difficult to talk about problems such as unwanted pregnancy. It's complicated with our traditions and taboos.

28/09/2021

I would like us to break the taboo on abortion and treat people who have abortions as normal people.

28/09/2021

I didn't know that I was pregnant. I came to the MSF clinic because I had a toothache and a fever. When I saw that they were giving away contraceptives, I asked for some.

24/09/2021

Regeneron, which produces the two-drug treatment cocktail casirivimab/imdevimab, must ensure affordable pricing and adequate supply in low- and middle-income countries

24/09/2021

An outbreak of potentially deadly typhoid fever in Popokabaka, Kwango province, has finally been brought under control with the help of an emergency team from Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF). Jean-Marc Mavunda, the team's medical manager, looks...

21/09/2021

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.

Cooking area at Ortese Camp, Benue State © Ghada Safaan/MSF
13/09/2021

Persistent and increased violence in the Middle Belt of Nigeria is causing new waves of displacement into informal camps where services and support are non-existent. The newly displaced population is in urgent need of shelter, WASH services, vaccination, and protection. ...

10/09/2021

Imagine the difference it could make if African countries that are facing waves of COVID-19 infections didn't have to rely on imports of vaccines: they could produce them themselves.

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