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"People are struggling in the midst of ongoing conflict and other crises, yet preventing and...
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“We settled here because we thought it was a safer place. We don’t think it is safe enough to go...
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The number of children suffering from acute malnutrition around the town of Pibor has trebled in a...
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Since 10 May, MSF has cared for 198 patients in its emergency department in Kananga, a city of 750,...
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“I was completely paralysed – there was no hope left in my case.”
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“This is a pivotal opportunity to anchor governments’ efforts... to tackle the many obstacles...
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“I am very grateful for the medical breakthrough. I think introducing these new medicines will help...
"What we are seeing is a humanitarian emergency."
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Nearly four years after withdrawing its teams from Somalia, MSF has started treating patients again...
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Bangui, Central African Republic – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams witnessed the...
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“Even though we are pumping and treating record amounts of water in Palorinya, it’s only just...
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The hepatitis E outbreak declared two months ago in southeastern Niger is particularly affecting...
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Iraq’s recent history has been dominated by wars. Generations of Iraqis have grown up in shattered...
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As fighting intensifies for control of the Syrian city of Raqqa, people must decide whether to...
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More than 27,000 people have fled their homes since mid-February after clashes between the Sudan...
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MSF is continuing to provide medical care, including for trauma, and mother and child care, in...

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