Yemen

Notes from the field
“You don’t change the world but you make a huge difference for that one patient you are treating at...
Press release
On 3 June we received 122 wounded in our supported facilities, the majority coming as a result of a...
Article
Salah Dongu’du/MSF Shadi Shouqi, three years old, injured after two rockets hit his house. After...
Article
The report "Emergency Now: A call for action beyond summits" explains further the reasons why MSF...
Statement
With regret, we have come to the decision to pull out of the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS). We no...
Speech
"We will not leave patients behind. And we will not be silent. Seeking or providing healthcare must...
Campaign
On Tuesday May 3rd, the UN Security Council will vote on a resolution designed to stop future attacks against hospitals, patients and civilians in war zones. Help us make sure the resolution is as strong as possible!
Crisis Update
MSF projects in Yemen, April 2016 Overview The situation in Taiz remains critical, with some of the...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from April 2016: Greece, Yemen, Malawi, Jordan, Saving Lives and Staying Alive,...
Article
MSF calls for donors and UN agencies, in particular UNAIDS, the Global Fund, Pepfar and EU donors,...
Updates
Malak Shaher/MSF MSF doctor checking a child having trouble breathing. MSF Mother and Child...
Updates
“Yesterday´s attack is not the first, and it is unlikely to be the last. The constant and...
Crisis Update
MSF is carrying out activities in or supporting 11 hospitals and health centres in Yemen, and is...
Testimony
"Even though conditions here are not easy, and the work can be challenging, I am pleased to be...
Month in Focus
Yemen: Aid to beseiged Taiz; Syria: Another hospital destroyed in Idlib province; Mauritania:...
Testimony
“I’d never before seen the level of casualties I saw in Saada. The scale of wounded was extreme,”...

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