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Crisis Update
MSF activities in Niger, June 2016 The attacks that occurred on 3 June 2016 in Bosso, a town in the...
Cameroon
Chad
Niger
Nigeria
With more than 2.7 million people uprooted from their homes, the Lake Chad basin is currently home...
Notes from the field
MSF The MSF health post in Yebi before it was completely destroyed on 19 May 2016. It served a...
Article
“We are very concerned about the impact of these attacks on the population and also about the lack...
Campaign
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!
Crisis Update
MSF projects in Yemen, April 2016 Overview The situation in Taiz remains critical, with some of the...
Testimony
Situation update from MSF Syria Head of Mission on the new displacement crisis in Azaz, northern...
Press release
The situation is critical for more than 100,000 people trapped in the Azaz district of Aleppo...
Article
Crisis Update
MSF teams in Malakal worked through the night to deal with new patients, injured after fighting...
Crisis Update
Statement
As a result of the fighting that erupted in the Malakal Protection of Civilian (PoC) site in...
Press release
MSF reports that more than 1 in 3 wounded and dead are women and children. Calls on UN Security...
Press release
Statement
Today in Syria, the abnormal is now normal. The unacceptable is accepted. Relentless, brutal, and...
Report
As the conflict in Syria approaches its 6th year, the humanitarian and medical toll of the violence...
Testimony
“I’d never before seen the level of casualties I saw in Saada. The scale of wounded was extreme,”...
Press release
An MSF-supported hospital has been hit by a projectile in northern Yemen resulting in at least six...
Notes from the field
Nora Echaibi is a nurse with MSF. She has been in Yemen since April 2015 working in Aden, Sana’a,...

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