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The conflict in Borno State started in 2009 when Boko Haram (BH) launched attacks in northeastern...
Updates
As donors meet in Brussels today to pledge funds to assist the Central African Republic (CAR), MSF...
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MSF has been able to confirm that two hospitals in besieged east Aleppo were hit by airstrikes on...
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"With total refugee numbers in the three camps predicted to hit more than 280,000 by the end of...
"I don’t usually travel on the roads due to the security situation. There are often armed men on...
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This is not the time for donors, the government of CAR and international actors to disengage or de-...
Testimony
"I feel safe in the PoC, safer than I felt in the village, and there is no killing here. My...
Updates
“Today, even though our emergency indicators are not alarming, the situation is very fragile and...
Crisis Update
Doctors in east Aleppo are working in extraordinarily difficult circumstances, and there are...
Testimony
"The seriously injured or ill must be evacuated to safe areas for treatment. Medical supplies and...
Crisis Update
“They’d left their life behind in South Sudan and, on top of that, they were getting ill from...
Interview
Abortions undertaken in poor sanitary conditions can lead to fatal complications. These are...
Interview
Helle Poulsen-Dobbyns has just returned from Maiduguri – the capital of Borno State in northeastern...
Article
On 7 November, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) marked the one-year anniversary of its mother and...
Interview
Melanie Kerloc’h, an MSF clinical psychologist specialised in intercultural psychology and...
Article
The reality of pneumonia can be a very scary and dangerous. Each year, it takes the lives of nearly...

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