Health policy

Press release
“People in poor and wealthy countries alike are now finding that the medicines they need either don...
Press release
New York – Ahead of the UN High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS this week (8-10 June), the...
Press release
MSF is disappointed that the solutions proposed by the G7 will not address these failures head-on,...
Press release
“Governments must stop prioritising trade over human lives,” said Nathalie Ernoult, of MSF’s Access...
Article
MSF is warning that the substandard water and sanitation situation in Wajir, northeastern Kenya, is...
Crisis Update
Background MSF response to 2015 Measles outbreak A measles epidemic has been raging since the...
Interview
In June 2014, MSF started a pilot project in Ndhiwa, a sub-county in western Kenya, aiming to curb...
Press
"A centre that has sanitation facilities that are often out of order, that does not offer an...
Interview
Sierra Leone may be declared Ebola-free in early November, but caring for the country's 4,051 Ebola...
Article
Free maternal healthcare is a relatively cheap measure that has a large impact in saving lives of...
Press release
“African leaders really should see this summit as an opportunity to work together with Prime...
Research and Analysis
How counterterrorism policies and practices can have unintended health impacts in countries where...
Press release
“We need affordable medicines from India to do our humanitarian work, so we are not about to let...
Op-ed
"Development aid medicine will not work if the prescription is based on a faulty diagnosis" says...
Gallery
14 cartoons depicting a range of issues of the current dominating approach in development debate.
Medical publications
PLOS Medicine paper on the need for a preparedness R...

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