Testimonies and Stories from the field

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“When diphtheria broke out in December in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district, the MSF team in...
Testimony
the journey of Humaira.
Testimony
The numbers of people arriving now are not massive, like in the beginning of the crisis, but we...
Testimony
Bit by bit, these families have lost everything; some only have their tears left.
Testimony
Pelé Hubert has worked in Bangassou, Central African Republic as an outreach nurse supervisor for...
Video
Testimony
On the one year anniversary of the bombing, we remember the victims
Testimony
"People are stranded and in need of assistance. It is hard to see how their situation will improve...
Article
In the narrow, dirt roads of the settlements in Gwoza, the keke napeps - three-wheeled vehicles -...
Testimony
"The war over the last two and half years has changed a lot of things here, and it’s had a big...
Testimony
“Because of the war, we can’t even afford to buy food anymore."
Testimony
"I can confirm that the humanitarian response to this crisis has been vastly inadequate for a...
Interview
Testimony
"I have rarely seen so many people, hundreds of thousands, living in makeshift shelters, stranded...
Testimony
“We see lots of cases where young women are being abused by their intimate partner and other family...
Testimony
"I’ve heard the most horrific stories from women who have lost their husbands just trying to get...
Article
Testimony
Counselling and water will only get these communities so far, and while Marawi has dropped from...
Testimony
Yury, 38, is celebrating a moment he thought would never arrive: he has been cured of a complicated...

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