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Over the last two months, Kenya has been receiving heavy amounts of rainfall, causing floods, which...
Article
On International Nurses' Day, MSF celebrates the work, dedication and passion of its 8,843 nurses...
Article
“It’s important for patients with chronic diseases to have access to specialist healthcare and can...
Testimony
Sébastien Jagla, MSF project coordinator in the north of Democratic Republic of Congo, describes...
Updates
Article
“It’s different this time. In the 2000s our homes were torched too, but we were able to go back to...
Updates
Article
“New arrivals tell us of attacks at night, and a small number have deep cuts and wounds. Many...
Crisis Update
Yemen is one of MSF’s largest missions of the world in terms of personnel, with approximately 1,827...
Press release
“While the availability of vaccines has improved in recent years, the number is still far from...
Article
“Cholera is affecting the parts of Kinshasa that are densely populated, so it’s crucial to act...
Statement
“Yemen’s healthcare system cannot afford another outbreak.”
Testimony
“Because of the war, we can’t even afford to buy food anymore."
Crisis Update
The conflict between the Nigerian military and armed opposition groups known as Boko Haram has been...
Interview
It is crucially important for this work to continue. The rebuilding of essential medical services...
Crisis Update
Since 25 August, more than 620,000 Rohingya refugees have fled from Myanmar into Bangladesh.
Op-ed
"Coalition leaders must immediately grant unhindered access to and within Yemen, so that...
Article
"They are afraid to say they have cholera because it has a stigma attached to it”

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