My son is MSF’s 1,000th Ebola survivor

“Son, you’re the only hope I got. You have to take courage.”

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Sierra Leone

MSF suspends emergency paediatric and maternal services in Gondama

Overwhelmed teams cannot guarantee the high quality needed to treat patients and protect staff.

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Hundreds wounded in bombing of crowded market near Damascus

MSF is deeply concerned that doctors in Erbin are struggling to respond to the massive influx of wounded.

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Surge in violence hindering medical care

“Today a deadly calm reigns in Bangui, and access to medical care is almost paralysed.”

– Deputy Head of Mission

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Government must not betray its commitment to refugees at sea

The Ministry of Interior has announced that they will cease search and rescue operations in November.

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