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People were highly emotional and in shock: many had lost family members to extreme violence or had...
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“One of the main reasons why cholera has increased in such a way this year is the drought that has...
Interview
Testimony
"I have rarely seen so many people, hundreds of thousands, living in makeshift shelters, stranded...
Crisis Update
Since 25 August 2017, more than 500,000 Rohingya have fled targeted violence in Rakhine state,...
Updates
Article
“For many people, the long-anticipated return home is turning sour as they find themselves faced...
Crisis Update
Three rainy seasons in a row without substantial rains have led to a humanitarian crisis in...
Testimony
"I’ve heard the most horrific stories from women who have lost their husbands just trying to get...
Press release
By 6 September, over 146,000 people had crossed into Bangladesh, fleeing violence in Rakhine state...
Press release
Article
"To contain the spread of cholera in Maiduguri, the need for a coordinated response from the health...
Article
MSF is focusing on ensuring people have access to clean water and sanitation facilities, crucial...
Press release
“They have survived several attacks and have been forced to abandon their previous shelters. Each...
Article
Hundreds of people in a camp in northeastern Nigeria have been infected with hepatitis E after the...
Updates
Article
Batangafo has once again been plunged into chaos, with a wave of killings and lootings. A number of...
Article
Lebanese residents of the remote, high plateau area of Wadi Khaled are facing the same hardships as...
Updates
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The conflict in Yemen, which escalated in March 2015, has led to a full-blown humanitarian...
Testimony
In Abs hospital, the wards are bursting at the seams, as our medical teams do everything they can...

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