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Research and Analysis
UREPH is pleased to announce the publication of the article “Engaging with National Authorities:...
Gallery
The Ebola outbreak that swept across West Africa infected more than 28,700 people and killed more...
Interview
"Many people saw relatives die; some lost their whole families. Others continue to suffer from an...
Updates
More than two and a half years after the Ebola outbreak officially began, MSF is now closing its...
Crisis Update
Access to care was already scarce before the hurricane, as health centres were often under-...
Press release
“People in poor and wealthy countries alike are now finding that the medicines they need either don...
Research and Analysis
MSF's Research Unit on Humanitarian Stakes and Practices (UREPH) is pleased to announce the...
Nigeria
Insecurity and suicide attacks by insurgents led to further displacement, increasing the need for...
Research and Analysis
MSF's Research Unit on Humanitarian Stakes and Practices (UREPH) is pleased to announce the...
Article
MSF is mobilising considerable resources to support the Congolese authorities in their wide-scale...
Article
In April, during an emergency response to help displaced people in Chocó department in northwestern...
Press release
“The pneumonia vaccine is the world’s best-selling vaccine, and last year alone, Pfizer brought in...
Month in Focus
Iraq - 3,3 million people displaced; Syria - 35,000 people trapped in Azaz; Democratic Republic of...
Liberia
The Ebola epidemic in Liberia was almost over in 2015, but the country still needs support to deal...
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.

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