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Destroyed tukul in Adok, Leer [© MSF/Anna Bylund ]
20/04/2022

MSF strongly condemns the indiscriminate violence being carried out by armed groups 

13/04/2022

We have identified several key areas where our humanitarian and medical support can be of real, practical and sometimes directly lifesaving benefit.

12/04/2022

This campaign is targeting people living in Kario camp and in the nearby El Ferdous and Bahr El Arab localities

During a one-day visit the team carried out consultations with 39 patients
08/04/2022

Luis Montiel is emergency coordinator with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) working in Cabo Delgado, a northern province in Mozambique affected by ongoing conflict since 2017. In early April, Montiel led an MSF team which briefly visited Mocímboa da...

Aerial view of Dagahaley camp
06/04/2022

The push for durable solutions for refugees needs to be hastened to ensure refugees are self-reliant, economically empowered and well-integrated by providing them with the tools and opportunities to integrate into society.

MSF teams during a cholera vaccination in Enyenge, South-west Cameroon [Faith Toran/MSF ]
06/04/2022

We call for the release of our four colleagues, unjustly detained

04/04/2022

People in Bentiu internally displaced persons (IDP) camp are facing outbreaks of infectious and waterborne diseases due to poor water and sanitation conditions in the camp

31/03/2022

New guidance released on World TB day by the World Health Organization (WHO) is recommending, for the first time, that children with TB and DR-TB be cared for in their communities, instead of in hospitals.

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