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In Niger, after a significant decline of malaria cases over the last three years, there was an...
Crisis Update
The conflict in Borno State started in 2009 when Boko Haram (BH) launched attacks in northeastern...
Crisis Update
“They’d left their life behind in South Sudan and, on top of that, they were getting ill from...
Interview
Abortions undertaken in poor sanitary conditions can lead to fatal complications. These are...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from October 2016: Afghanistan, Syria, Mediterranean, Haiti, Medical research,...
Crisis Update
MSF has been present in Maiduguri on a permanent basis since April 2014 working on paediatric and...
Press release
“GSK has taken a critical step forward for children in emergencies,” says Dr Joanne Liu, MSF’s...
Video
Yemen: Healthcare services far from stable; Nigeria: Insufficient aid for the displaced in...
Updates
“The children who come to our distribution sites should be healthy, but are at risk of getting...
Video
Updates
“We see that the families in this area, who are already have very little, have now lost everything...
Article
MSF is mobilising considerable resources to support the Congolese authorities in their wide-scale...
Article
In April, during an emergency response to help displaced people in Chocó department in northwestern...
Press release
“The pneumonia vaccine is the world’s best-selling vaccine, and last year alone, Pfizer brought in...
Press release
“We need a massive booster shot for West and Central African if we’re going to get anywhere close...
Gallery
About 3,500 people, mostly Afghan , have been living for months in the Elliniko camp in Athens,...

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