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‘Will Bambari be next?’ This is the question on everyone’s lips in Central African Republic’s...
Press release
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“While it is never an easy decision to leave healthcare services, our work in Nyarugusu was always...
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While the situation calmed down in Bangassou on 15 May, rivalries between self-defence forces and...
Interview
"In Mali, there is not a single crisis; there is an overlap of crises that adds up to a chronic...
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Tens of thousands of Nigerians have lost their homes and livelihoods in Borno State, in the...
Testimony
Katie Treble was working in the MSF hospital in Bria during the weekend of 24 to 26 March when...
Interview
"The civilian population is paying a very high price. The war is also having other effects: fear,...
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"Although agencies have begun to scale up assistance, the humanitarian response still does not...
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Jean François Saint-Sauveur, MSF medical director, ​​has just returned from Borno State, where he...
Testimony
Over 290,000 people live in refugee camps in Tanzania's northwestern Kigoma district.
Medical resources
A succession of multimedia modules examines in human, scientific and historic terms the impact of...
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MSF provides medical care inside the refugee complex. Most common pathologies are malaria and...
Statement
Unsafe abortion is one of the five main causes of maternal mortality worldwide, together with...
Interview
"In December, the hospital's surgical department was overwhelmed. There were people everywhere,...
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In Niger, after a significant decline of malaria cases over the last three years, there was an...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from November 2016: Nigeria, South Sudan, Tanzania, France and Afghanistan.

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