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14/03/2022

This is not the first time that MSF’s name – which is under international and legal trademark protection - has been used erroneously to reflect the statements of another different organization, and we have engaged with the concerned Sudanese officials on multiple occasions...

08/03/2022

MSF has been responding to the urgent needs of the displaced population in four locations in Twic County, South Sudan. However the needs remain massive and urgent 

View of the city of Mariupol severely affected by the war
07/03/2022

In the besieged city of Mariupol, thousands of people including MSF staff and families remain cut off from the world. Laurent Ligozat, MSF’s emergency coordinator in Ukraine, shares his concerns about the safety of civilians in the city.  

01/03/2022

MSF team threatened and robbed on Yei-Maridi road 

Temporary accommodation site in Korczowa, southeastern Poland, for people who fled Ukraine
01/03/2022

As the conflict continues in Ukraine, MSF is dispatching teams to Poland, Moldova, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia to assess the needs of people crossing borders and respond to humanitarian needs

February 2019: MSF doctor at a mobile clinic in Starohnativka. © Nico Dauterive/MSF
25/02/2022

MSF teams remain in Ukraine, and we are currently seeking ways to adapt our response as the conflict situation evolves.

 

23/02/2022

Access needs to be ensured for not just COVID-19 vaccines, but all COVID-19 medical tools, for everyone, everywhere.

18/02/2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia will be the first recipients of technology from the COVID-19 mRNA technology transfer hub.

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