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“It’s important for patients with chronic diseases to have access to specialist healthcare and can...
Press release
"The number of patients with trauma injuries had risen to 20 per week while it was 20 per month...
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An estimated 30,000 new cases in 2016, expanding and improving TB care in PNG is an uphill battle.
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“Our teams respond to the medical needs of the South Sudanese refugees and the local community,...
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More than six months into the beginning of the latest Rohingya exodus, people continue to flee from...
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In northeastern Mali, in the towns of Ansongo and Douentza, MSF provides a range of medical...
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“Because medical facilities in the area have been abandoned or repurposed for other uses, this...
Statement
At least 344 wounded and 71 dead every day, seven days a week for two weeks – non-stop
Testimony
“When diphtheria broke out in December in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district, the MSF team in...
Press release
“We make a plea to those in and around East Ghouta with medical supplies to urgently grant access...
Gallery
In South Sudan’s north-east Upper Nile State, medical care for people living in remote areas is...
Gallery
MSF has worked in Paoua, northwestern Central African Republic since 2006. Disease and snakebites...
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"The needs for paediatric surgery here are extensive, and the programme has been quite busy in its...
Testimony
"People are stranded and in need of assistance. It is hard to see how their situation will improve...
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In the narrow, dirt roads of the settlements in Gwoza, the keke napeps - three-wheeled vehicles -...

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