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Statement
"The closure of MSF’s activities will leave a major gap and have serious negative implications for...
Crisis Update
Since 25 August 2017, more than 500,000 Rohingya have fled targeted violence in Rakhine state,...
Updates
Article
“We are working alongside the Ministry of Health and the municipal authorities, and this is a great...
Updates
Article
“These people have survived bombing, extreme violence and traumatic events in their home countries...
Crisis Update
The battle for Mosul has taken a staggering toll on the people of Iraq’s second largest city...
Statement
“We will continue to provide obstetric and neonatal services as much as possible to the women of...
Article
Hundreds of people in a camp in northeastern Nigeria have been infected with hepatitis E after the...
Article
A maternity hospital run by MSF in Jordan’s Irbid governorate has witnessed the births of 10,000...
Testimony
In an area where there is no food insecurity, it’s surprising that we should see so many...
Updates
Article
Crisis Update
MSF has started to provide life-saving trauma assistance for the war-wounded at a medical structure...
Updates
Article
The hepatitis E outbreak declared two months ago in southeastern Niger is particularly affecting...
Article
Crisis Update
MSF is continuing to provide medical care, including for trauma, and mother and child care, in...
Updates
"I had to leave one place after the other due to repeated attacks."
Crisis Update
“Most hospitals in Mosul have been damaged or destroyed.”
Interview
"The civilian population is paying a very high price. The war is also having other effects: fear,...
Testimony
"In war-torn Syria, patients are besieged and in inaccessible areas. True numbers are unknown but...

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