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"The people of the Central African Republic seem very much trapped in an endless cycle of...
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"Lots of the patients were in a state of shock. They hadn’t expected such a level of violence."
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On International Nurses' Day, MSF celebrates the work, dedication and passion of its 8,843 nurses...
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“We were in the fields collecting cassava. A militia arrived in our village, Ouogo. They surrounded...
Testimony
Sébastien Jagla, MSF project coordinator in the north of Democratic Republic of Congo, describes...
Press release
“What’s most concerning about the number of sexual violence cases we have recorded is that the real...
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MSF has worked in Paoua, northwestern Central African Republic since 2006. Disease and snakebites...
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The cycle of attacks and violence in 2017 has left neighbourhoods in Bria, in eastern Central...
Testimony
Pelé Hubert has worked in Bangassou, Central African Republic as an outreach nurse supervisor for...
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“We have treated patients who have been shot, stabbed, beaten, burned in their homes and raped.”
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“Many tell of men on horseback shooting at anything that moves, of dead and wounded people left...
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MSF's Pictures of the Year collection looks back on a year of providing medical care in extreme...
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When people simply don’t have the means to pay either formal or informal healthcare fees, they are...
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Between 12-15 December the Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 will take place Tokyo, Japan.
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“I don’t know why they fight. Any reason seems to be enough to start fighting again, to take the...
Statement
Cette semaine, les chercheurs, décideurs, cliniciens et activistes engagés dans la réponse au VIH...

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