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Measles intervention in Bosobolo, North Ubangi
Democratic Republic of Congo

In DRC, measles is spreading and killing again in what seems to be a never-ending fight

Project Update 31 Mar 2021
 
Iraq : Treating COVID-19 in Baghdad
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

“Only vaccination will end the ferocious spread of COVID-19 in Iraq”

Opinion 31 Mar 2021
 
Addressing the ocean of gaps in the treatment of tuberculosis in children and adolescents
Tuberculosis

Sustainable solutions for children and adolescents at risk of drug-resistant tuberculosis

Project Update 30 Mar 2021
 
MSF response to Moria Fire
Greece

Open letter to Ylva Johansson, European Commissioner of Home Affairs

Open Letter 29 Mar 2021
 
Ethiopia: Tigray’s cities fill with displaced people fleeing insecurity
Ethiopia Tigray crisis

Tigray’s cities fill with displaced people fleeing insecurity and in need of aid

Voices from the Field 29 Mar 2021
 
MSF COVID Intervention in Aden, Al Gomhuria Hospital
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 support desperately needed as second wave overwhelms Yemen

Press Release 25 Mar 2021
 
Arduous and lengthy treatment of tuberculosis
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Three questions on worrying COVID-19 surge in Papua New Guinea

Interview 25 Mar 2021
 
Hebron- Medical Activities
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Vaccines urgently needed as Palestine struggles under surge of COVID-19

Press Release 24 Mar 2021
 
Mr Mncwabe
Tuberculosis

Drug-resistant TB clinical trial ends enrolment early after positive initial data

Press Release 24 Mar 2021
 
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh three years after their exodus
Rohingya refugee crisis

Three questions on life for the Rohingya in Bangladesh

Interview 18 Mar 2021
 
Carrying water from boreholes in Pulka IDP camp
Nigeria

Pulka, where water is the source of life… and disease

Project Update 16 Mar 2021
 
TIGRAY | Selekleka Hospital
Ethiopia Tigray crisis

People left with few healthcare options in Tigray as facilities looted, destroyed

Press Release 15 Mar 2021
 
Marib: Health needs grow in what was considered the safe haven of Yemen
Yemen

Health needs grow for people in former safe haven of Marib

Project Update 11 Mar 2021
 
MSF intervention in Lodi
Photo Story

A year of a pandemic: our response to COVID-19 in pictures

11 Mar 2021
Photo Story
 
Mental health activities in Manaus
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

One year of a pandemic

Opinion 11 Mar 2021
 
MSF-WTO_Aerial
Access to medicines

Countries obstructing COVID-19 patent waiver must allow negotiations to start

Press Release 9 Mar 2021
 
ETHIOPIA_Tigray_ShireIDP_IMG_3836
Ethiopia

People in Tigray “are suffering from a lack of medical care”

Project Update 5 Mar 2021
 
Self-care: Different People
Women's health

Practicing self-care: empowering women to manage their own health

Project Update 4 Mar 2021
 
The growing impact of the conflict in Cabo Delgado
Mozambique

Displaced by violence, people in Cabo Delgado arrive in more mental than physical pain

Interview 4 Mar 2021
 
Emergency North East Syria: Civilians Fleeing Offensive Ras al-Ain
Syria

A decade of war in Syria: 10 years of increasing humanitarian needs

Project Update 3 Mar 2021
 
Al Hol Camp - Eastern Al Hasakah Governorate
Syria

MSF denounces unsafe environment in Al-Hol camp in wake of staff killing

Press Release 2 Mar 2021
 
Butembo and its surroundings, the new epicentre of the outbreak
DRC Ebola outbreaks

MSF responds in North Kivu to twelfth Ebola outbreak in DRC

Project Update 25 Feb 2021
 
Transfer of burns patients
Haiti

Staff forced to transfer burns hospital patients following Port-au-Prince violence

Project Update 25 Feb 2021
 
Ouaka - General View
Central African Republic

People, medical facilities hit during violence in southern CAR

Project Update 22 Feb 2021
MSF Logistique - Bordeaux
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