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On International Nurses' Day, MSF celebrates the work, dedication and passion of its 8,843 nurses...
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“It is difficult to get even a container of water; sometimes we have to wait all day without...
Press release
It is still unclear how many people were killed and injured but before leaving, MSF medical staff...
Video
Testimony
On the one year anniversary of the bombing, we remember the victims
Testimony
"People are stranded and in need of assistance. It is hard to see how their situation will improve...
Article
In the narrow, dirt roads of the settlements in Gwoza, the keke napeps - three-wheeled vehicles -...
Gallery
MSF's Pictures of the Year collection looks back on a year of providing medical care in extreme...
Crisis Update
The conflict between the Nigerian military and armed opposition groups known as Boko Haram has been...
Article
More than two million people have fled their homes, with little chance of returning in the near...
Press release
Article
"To contain the spread of cholera in Maiduguri, the need for a coordinated response from the health...
Article
Hundreds of people in a camp in northeastern Nigeria have been infected with hepatitis E after the...
Article
Crisis Update
Hundreds of thousands of people remain almost entirely dependent on aid for their survival.
Updates
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“We settled here because we thought it was a safer place. We don’t think it is safe enough to go...
Press release
Updates
Article
“This is a pivotal opportunity to anchor governments’ efforts... to tackle the many obstacles...
Interview
"This is reported to be the largest outbreak of meningitis C we have seen in nine years in Nigeria.”
Updates
In Niger, MSF conducted vaccination campaigns with local authorities for more than 463,800 people...

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