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“When we are hiding in the forest, finding enough to eat is a problem,” says Kaburiwazi, a 30-year-...
Testimony
"Over a two-year period, we lost seven of our staff: two doctors, a cleaner, the head of training...
Crisis Update
MSF is concerned about the deterioration of living conditions, particularly in the departments of...
Testimony
The MSF mother and child care centre in Majdal Anjar is open day and night, seven days a week, to...
Updates
From the beginning of operations in April until 29 November 2016, MSF directly rescued 19,708...
Interview
"We decided to write a book, bringing together our experiences as a humanitarian doctor and a...
Updates
After five and a half years of intense conflict, the situation in Syria keeps deteriorating, with...
Updates
“We take special care of the children as they can be suffering from severe anxiety, not only caused...
Updates
MSF strongly calls on the Government of Jordan to remove barriers imposed on the provision of...
Updates
"This hospital is very important to the people of Sulaymaniyah Governorate and neighbouring regions...
Updates
As the fighting intensifies in and around Mosul, the humanitarian crisis in Iraq continues to...
Month in Focus
Featured stories from November 2016: Nigeria, South Sudan, Tanzania, France and Afghanistan.
Gallery
A critical situation is unfolding for hundreds of thousands of refugees in Tanzania , with camps...
Crisis Update
The conflict in Borno State started in 2009 when Boko Haram (BH) launched attacks in northeastern...
Testimony
"I would not easily walk back into South Sudan and towards death. I ran away from there in fear and...
Updates
"With total refugee numbers in the three camps predicted to hit more than 280,000 by the end of...

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