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“Half of the more than 500 patients we have admitted in our clinics have injuries where the bullet...
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“Given the violence that people have lived through, many would be expected to experience post-...
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“It’s important for patients with chronic diseases to have access to specialist healthcare and can...
Gallery
A daily struggle in South Sudan's protection of civilians site
Article
“We were in the fields collecting cassava. A militia arrived in our village, Ouogo. They surrounded...
Press release
In 2018, MSF launched its first multi-antigen campaign in Mali, aiming to vaccinate 10,000 children...
Testimony
More than two decades since the 1994 genocide, Rwandan fieldworkers tell us about the experiences...
Testimony
Sébastien Jagla, MSF project coordinator in the north of Democratic Republic of Congo, describes...
Press release
"The number of patients with trauma injuries had risen to 20 per week while it was 20 per month...
Article
Testimony
“Many people were murdered with guns and some of their bodies were cut in half using axes. Others...
Statement
"The pledges made today by donor countries are obviously essential, however they must be...
Article
The psychological and emotional scars of war in Iraq are immense and thousands of people need...
Statement
Yesterday at 10.32am the search and rescue ship Aquarius along with the Libyan coast guard, were...
"At this very moment, our ability to assist in providing healthcare in East Ghouta is almost non-...
Article
An estimated 30,000 new cases in 2016, expanding and improving TB care in PNG is an uphill battle.

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