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Member states must advance concrete measures to protect access to medical care in conflict zones.
Video
Mokthar was treated at the MSF hospital in Aden, Yemen, and later fitted with a prosthetic leg.
“Our house was looted, our cattle were looted, we had to flee, and we couldn’t stay. We left...
Article
MSF urges world leaders not to turn a blind eye on the suffering faced by millions of refugees and...
Press release
“Treatment and psychosocial counselling for rape survivors reporting within 72 hours can prevent...
Central African Republic
Extreme violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) over the year resulted in a massive...
Chad
Conflict in neighbouring Nigeria spilled over into Chad in 2015, increasing the need for medical...
Notes from the field
Testimony
“The conditions here are very bad - we cannot go back to Dara because there is rape, sexual...
Testimony
"We’ve seen gunshot wounds, and women who have been raped," says Dr David Kahindi, Deputy Medical...
Article
The Victims of Violence (VoV) project in Athens has been running since October 2014. Médecins Sans...
Press release
MSF has released a report into the peacekeeping and humanitarian response following the attack on...
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...
Press release
Two months after the signing of the EU-Turkey deal the situation continues to deteriorate for...
Notes from the field
Midwife Carlen Mezendy Ndakala is the delivery room supervisor at the MSF maternity clinic in...
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!

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