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MSF teams are supporting the Ministry of Health to respond to the outbreak in Uganda, in which three people from the same family have died


MSF emergency teams are responding to the devastating impact of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe.


As well as providing healthcare to people affected by the cyclone and flooding disaster, MSF deployed four GIS (Geographic Information Systems) experts to provide maps to help the humanitarian response. 


MSF logistician and community health worker Labana Steven is part of MSF’s emergency team working in Malawi’s Makhanga area to support thousands of people left affected by severe flooding with health and sanitation supplies.  His historical understanding and deep engagement...


A nutritional survey from MSF shows that 25% of people in a Libyan detention centre are malnourished or underweight, with children and young people more likely to be affected


Markus Boening meets Canadian nurse Rebecca DeBruyn and finds parallels between doing an Ironman Triathlon and supervising the emergency room of Gambela hospital, Ethiopia

A road in Zimbabwe has been partly washed away following devastation caused by Cyclone Idai, 15 March 2019.

In the wake of damage and devastating flooding caused when Cyclone Idai hit Malawi, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe on 15 March, our teams are responding in the affected areas.


MSF is supporting the Bay Regional hospital in Baidoa, in the South West State of Somalia, to address the health needs of women and children.


Ethiopia: Tigray Crisis

People have been left without healthcare and tens of thousands have been displaced across Ethiopia and Sudan, following fighting that broke out in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, in November 2020.

MSF teams are working on both sides of the border, providing assistance to people in refugees camps in Sudan, and to the displaced and host communities within Tigray in Ethiopia.

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