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Crisis Update
The conflict in Borno State started in 2009 when Boko Haram (BH) launched attacks in northeastern...
Testimony
"I would not easily walk back into South Sudan and towards death. I ran away from there in fear and...
Updates
“Today, even though our emergency indicators are not alarming, the situation is very fragile and...
Crisis Update
“They’d left their life behind in South Sudan and, on top of that, they were getting ill from...
Updates
“Women, men and children are in a very vulnerable position”, explains Chiara Burzio, MSF Emergency...
Crisis Update
Access to care was already scarce before the hurricane, as health centres were often under-...
Article
"The results of the study are very promising," says Dr Iza Ciglenecki, MSF Operational Research...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from October 2016: Afghanistan, Syria, Mediterranean, Haiti, Medical research,...
Updates
“The international community has become immune to images of dead children being recovered from the...
Updates
MSF teams are treating people for cholera, injuries and other medical conditions and are providing...
Updates
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which struck Haiti on 4 October, teams are continuing their...
Crisis Update
MSF has been present in Maiduguri on a permanent basis since April 2014 working on paediatric and...
Statement
“The Syrians stranded at the Berm are living in dire conditions in a desert devoid of any...
Testimony
Severe malnutrition is very common among babies and young children in Chad and often relatives may...
Interview
In August, an MSF team went to Bama, a town 75 kilometres from Maiduguri, the capital of Borno...
Press release
"This is one of the largest numbers of people we have assisted in any single day since our search...

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