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Statement
"The closure of MSF’s activities will leave a major gap and have serious negative implications for...
Statement
“We will continue to provide obstetric and neonatal services as much as possible to the women of...
Testimony
In an area where there is no food insecurity, it’s surprising that we should see so many...
Press release
“The G20 leaders need to improve people’s access to medical care and turn their words into action.”
Updates
From the beginning of operations in April until 29 November 2016, MSF directly rescued 19,708...
Notes from the field
"It is absolutely brilliant that we can offer healthcare, especially when you have patients who...
Updates
MSF has delivered 15,093 babies and treated 2,137 neonates in Peshawar Women’s Hospital over the...
Crisis Update
Since 1 January 2016, 200,000 people have arrived on European shores by sea. The great part of them...
Testimony
"Closing Idomeni and moving people to new camps, dividing up a big problem into many smaller...
Patient story
Testimony
“Things could have been different. Things could have been organised. What we see here is the total...
Patient story
“I was beautiful before, I had clear skin. This illness has aged me but had it not been for MSF I...
Interview
Notes from the field
"By providing care at a primary healthcare clinic, patients can have access to free diagnosis and...
Month in Focus
Yemen: Aid to beseiged Taiz; Syria: Another hospital destroyed in Idlib province; Mauritania:...
Press release
MSF appreciates Otsuka Pharmaceuticals’ donation of 400 treatments of a novel drug, delamanid,...
Notes from the field
Amy Le Compte is a midwife from Gisborne in New Zealand. She just returned from a six- month...
Month in Focus
This month's topics: Greece, CAR, Ebola, Pakistan, HIV/AIDS, Syria

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