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Batangafo has once again been plunged into chaos, with a wave of killings and lootings. A number of...
Statement
“The callousness of this attack highlights both the indiscriminate nature and disturbing escalation...
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Article
“Even though we are pumping and treating record amounts of water in Palorinya, it’s only just...
Testimony
Conflict has erupted in recent weeks in several cities in the Central African Republic (CAR). In...
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Article
‘Will Bambari be next?’ This is the question on everyone’s lips in Central African Republic’s...
Testimony
"I left Yuai on 15 February because of the fighting. I left running, there was no time to take...
Press release
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Article
More than 27,000 people have fled their homes since mid-February after clashes between the Sudan...
Patient story
Since 2012, MSF has run mental health programmes in Zimbabwe with the Ministry of Health and Child...
Updates
During 2016, MSF expanded its activities in Tegucigalpa and Comayagüela, where it provides mental...
Interview
Each year, more than 400,000 people cross Mexico, fleeing violence, poverty and threats from...
Book
This book is intended for humanitarian aid practitioners, students, journalists and researchers...
Article
“We are very concerned about the impact of these attacks on the population and also about the lack...
Press release
MSF condemns the ambush against its team in Central African Republic (CAR), during which an MSF...
Campaigns
On Tuesday May 3rd, the UN Security Council will vote on a resolution designed to stop future attacks against hospitals, patients and civilians in war zones. Help us make sure the resolution is as strong as possible!
Article
Local health worker Pkecko Harly (also called Alfred), was killed by an unidentified individual...
Testimony
An MSF-supported hospital director describes horror of a mass-casualty influx in northwestern Syria

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