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MSF is working with the Chadian Ministry of Public Health to cope with an outbreak of cholera in...
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For the past few weeks, Zemio has been a ghost town. Almost everybody has left, afraid of more...
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“Detainees are stripped of any human dignity, suffer ill treatment, and lack access to medical care...
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“We are worried because we don’t have any information about what’s going on inside Raqqa. The main...
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MSF is focusing on ensuring people have access to clean water and sanitation facilities, crucial...
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Hundreds of people in a camp in northeastern Nigeria have been infected with hepatitis E after the...
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Batangafo has once again been plunged into chaos, with a wave of killings and lootings. A number of...
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Crisis Update
Hundreds of thousands of people remain almost entirely dependent on aid for their survival.
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Lebanese residents of the remote, high plateau area of Wadi Khaled are facing the same hardships as...
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A maternity hospital run by MSF in Jordan’s Irbid governorate has witnessed the births of 10,000...
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“In Italy there is no interview to talk about our problems, or about why we left home. They just...
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The conflict in Yemen, which escalated in March 2015, has led to a full-blown humanitarian...
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MSF concluded that the organisation was unable to sign the code as several of its key concerns and...
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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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“The medical team is focusing on providing mental healthcare for victims of physical or sexual...
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"People are struggling in the midst of ongoing conflict and other crises, yet preventing and...

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