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“Through our sessions, MSF psychologists listen and try to normalise the reactions of the refugees...
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“Increasingly, we see that we are required to carry out multiple rescues from multiple boats within...
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“This is peak dengue season and we need to remain vigilant after the floods to prevent further...
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MSF stresses the need to be prepared for the possibility of another severe malaria season in South...
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“MSF is very worried about how the situation is evolving in Kos.” says Brice de le Vingne, MSF...
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In Yemen, MSF is working in Aden, Al-Dhale’, Taiz, Sa’ada, Amran, Hajjah, Ibb and Sana’a.
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Local health worker Pkecko Harly (also called Alfred), was killed by an unidentified individual...
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After days of severe rains across swathes of Myanmar in the wake of Cyclone Komen, MSF is working...
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“Many families are in need of humanitarian assistance and live in appalling conditions in...
Testimony
“The current situation is precarious, with new arrivals coming every day to the UN Protection of...
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“This is the most serious epidemic Katanga has seen since 2011. We are adapting our current...
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MSF is particularly concerned about the effects of fighting in Upper Nile State. Humanitarian needs...
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A cholera vaccination campaign to protect Burundian and Congolese refugees in the overflowing...
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Since 2014, deteriorating security, explosive devices on roads and the risk of carjacking have...
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Reducing its operations, MSF will nonetheless continue monitoring for disease outbreaks in several...
Testimony
Thousands of migrants and asylum seekers are currently stranded in precarious conditions across...

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