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Over 300,000 people live crammed into the slums of Tondo, which cling to the docks of the port of...
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“At MSF, we have watched far too many children die of pneumonia, and we’re not going to back down...
Press release
“In our work, we see many children with life-threatening respiratory infections; many deaths could...
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“Many children we have taken care of arrived in a serious condition at the hospital because of the...
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“I am very grateful for the medical breakthrough. I think introducing these new medicines will help...
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"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...
Updates
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The Ministry of Public Health and MSF teams have vaccinated more than 358,800 people in the most...
Updates
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While the situation calmed down in Bangassou on 15 May, rivalries between self-defence forces and...
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More than 240,000 displaced people and refugees are now living in the Diffa region, in southeastern...
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"The outbreak is spreading fast and we are concerned."
Press release
“When measles arrived in our village, a lot of children died."
Press release
"We call on Pfizer to reduce the price of the pneumonia vaccine to $5 for all three doses, for all...
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Less than a year after the Ebola epidemic officially ended, the Guinean health system continues to...
Testimony
"In war-torn Syria, patients are besieged and in inaccessible areas. True numbers are unknown but...
Press release
An innovative new vaccine which could prevent large numbers of children from dying of diarrhoea in...

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