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31/05/2022

MSF urged the German government, which supported BioNTech’s vaccine research and development with hundreds of millions of euros in public funding, to push the corporation to urgently transfer mRNA vaccine technology to manufacturers in low- and middle-income countries.

31/05/2022

A staff member from MSF died on Saturday 28 May after being shot three times by an individual employed by the armed forces of the Central African Republic (CAR) in the northwestern prefecture of Ouham.

31/05/2022

Since October 2021, the MSF health promotion team in Mueda has partnered with community leaders and traditional birth attendants in Eduardo Mondlane camp in order to support pregnant women and young children.

Mariam gave birth to her son Isyaka while fleeing her village,
23/05/2022

Far from international media attention, armed violence continues to rage in many parts of the Central African Republic (CAR), forcing entire communities from their homes and onto a path of death and despair.

20/05/2022

Yesterday evening, May 19th, 2022, our colleagues Marguerite and Ashu were provisionally released from prison after being detained on the 27th of December 2021.

19/05/2022

In north-eastern parts of Kenya, an ongoing drought rages following three consecutive seasons of failed rains, making an already dire food insecurity situation worse.

18/05/2022

MSF team has been on the ground assisting the most vulnerable communities.

300 outpatient consultations are performed every day at the MSF clinic in Nyakabande holding camp
17/05/2022

More assistance is needed to offer decent living conditions and access to medical care to refugees living in the holding camp

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