Angola

Article
MSF People are vaccinated against yellow fever by MSF in a church under construction in Matadi, DRC...
Interview
MSF epidemiologist Michel Van Herp on the yellow fever outbreak in Angola.
Statement
With regret, we have come to the decision to pull out of the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS). We no...
Press release
"If vaccine prices continue to spiral out of control, we will continue to see countries in Africa...
Report
MSF draws attention to the challenges and choices that may impair effective response to emergencies...
Testimony
A 34-year-old woman and a widow with four children (two passed away). She spent 20 years in Angola...
Report
Ten stories have been translated to English and are on offer here. Click here MSF has over 100...
International Activity Report
The atmosphere inside the cholera treatment centre (CTC) is somewhat chaotic. All the beds are full...
Press release
MSF calls for health groups to get more involved.
Press release
The disastrous state of the water supply and sanitation infrastructure in Luanda and other big...
Report
Briefing paper - MURKY WATERS: Why the cholera epidemic in Luanda (Angola) was a disaster waiting...
Gallery
Article
In Luanda, cholera has hit particularly hard: more than half of the infected people live in the...
Press release
"Many factors have conspired to make this cholera outbreak one of the worst ever seen in Angola...
Press release
"Our cholera centres are running at maximum capacity. Without a dramatically increased effort from...
International Activity Report
When an epidemic of Marburg hemorrhagic fever was confirmed in March 2005 in Angola's northern...
International Activity Report
Three years after Angola's civil war ended, its people still face a weakened health system and...

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