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Interview
MSF assists the most vulnerable in contexts of war, violence, epidemics and neglected diseases,...
“Our house was looted, our cattle were looted, we had to flee, and we couldn’t stay. We left...
Article
Falling short of the Global Fund’s modest pledging target would not only seriously undermine...
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...
Updates
“With the solar power system, the very difficult task of continuing to provide quality healthcare...
Updates
“We see that the families in this area, who are already have very little, have now lost everything...
Interview
"Flexibility and the ability to react quickly is crucial during a malaria outbreak," says Florent...
Press release
Given people's need for access to healthcare and humanitarian support, all parties must ensure the...
Video
Nigeria: A population with nothing; Yemen: Yet another attack on an MSF hospital; France: Providing...
Press release
After ten years of working in the centre of ‘the Triangle’, the area between Mitwaba, Manono, and...
Article
In April, during an emergency response to help displaced people in Chocó department in northwestern...
Central African Republic
Extreme violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) over the year resulted in a massive...
Interview
Ramón Pereiro/MSF Ansongo hospital in Gao region, northern Mali, where MSF carries out...
Article
In the region of Bafata, in the northeast of the country, we are working in the regional hospital...
Burundi
MSF started working in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi, in April 2015 when violence increased in...

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