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MSF emergency team during the malaria intervention in Baringo county [ © Vincent Ndichu / MSF ]
11/09/2019

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has sent a team to Turkana county to conduct an assessment after the upsurge in malaria cases.

Refugees trapped in Moria camp on Lesbos Island. The awful conditions at Moria camp/Olive Grove and arbitrary administrative situations have had a dramatic impact on their health and in particular their mental health. [ © Robin Hammond/Witness Change ]
05/09/2019

In Lesbos and Samos, thousands of people are left in inhumane conditions with very limited access to water, sanitation and health. 

An MSF staff conducts pre-screening antenatal consultations at the Mrima Health Centre.
26/08/2019

This story of three women illustrates the success and challenges of expanding sexual and reproductive healthcare in Kenya’s coastal region of Likoni. Reducing maternal and infant mortality is central to realising the SDG health targets. Unremitting efforts will be needed to...

Health workers putting on their personal protective equipment (PPE) before entering in the red zone of the ETC in Butembo, DRC
01/08/2019

The Ebola outbreak in DRC is entering its second year and it is clear that the response has so far failed to control this epidemic

Ocean Viking [ © Sandy McKee/MSF]
22/07/2019

 After a sustained two-year campaign by EU governments to stop virtually all humanitarian action at sea, MSF is resuming life-saving search and rescue operations in the Central Mediterranean  

 Nurse preparing the Ebola vaccine in the site of Bikoro. [ ©MSF/Louise Annaud]
19/07/2019

 MSF director of operations Isabelle Defourny answers 3 questions on the importance of vaccination during an Ebola epidemic.

People queue at the entrance of an MSF mobile clinic held in a health post in Banko Baya town, Guji, in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. [ © Igor Barbero / MSF]
14/07/2019

Thousands of people have shuttled backwards and forwards between the Gedeo and Guji areas of southern Ethiopia over the past 15 months, following an outbreak of ethnic violence in April 2018 and repeated efforts by the authorities to relocate them.

Aida talks with Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) outreach workers about the use of contraception. | ©Morgana Wingard/NAMUH
02/07/2019

At over 13 per cent, Mozambique has one of the world’s highest rates of HIV according to the last Ministry of Health survey .

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