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Deir Hassan Camp
Syria

MSF to scale up response in Idlib, Syria as tensions reach a new peak

Statement 28 Feb 2020
 
Rotation 7 - Quarantine of Ocean Viking
Mediterranean migration

Ocean Viking arbitrarily quarantined by Italian authorities over COVID-19 fears

Project Update 28 Feb 2020
 
Qadimoon camp (Northwest Syria)
Syria

Horrific day of indiscriminate attacks on civilians in Idlib, Syria

Press Release 26 Feb 2020
 
A curious family in Barsalogho IDP camp
Burkina Faso

Security and living conditions have deteriorated at ‘blistering speed’ for over 750,000 people

Project Update 24 Feb 2020
 
Measles: Rashida cares for her baby
Measles

“These children shouldn’t be sick” – tackling measles in Rohingya refugee camps

Project Update 19 Feb 2020
 
Humanitarian distribution
Syria

People in Idlib race to flee airstrikes as safe area shrinks

Project Update 19 Feb 2020
 
Mobile clinic for migrants in Paris
France

Left out in the cold: MSF provides emergency beds for teenage migrants

Project Update 19 Feb 2020
 
MSF has started an intervention for the outbreak of COVID-19
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Supporting preparedness efforts to fend off coronavirus

Voices from the Field 14 Feb 2020
 
MSF has started an intervention for the outbreak of COVID-19
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Providing materials, engaging communities in the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak

Project Update 14 Feb 2020
 
Extending a helping hand: MSF supports local health facilities treating injured protesters in southern Iraq
Iraq

Extending a helping hand in Iraqi health facilities

Project Update 14 Feb 2020
 
Rho IDP site, Northeastern Congo
Photo Story

The forgotten people of Ituri

14 Feb 2020
Photo Story
 
MSF has started an intervention for the outbreak of COVID-19
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

MSF update on COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak

Project Update 14 Feb 2020
 
On the road to Metuge
Mozambique

Invisible conflict has very real consequences for people in northern Mozambique

Voices from the Field 13 Feb 2020
 
Epilepsy in Liberia
Liberia

Community awareness and treatment changes lives for those with epilepsy

Interview 13 Feb 2020
 
Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz
Central American Migration

Escaping violence into danger – no way out for Central American migrants

Press Release 11 Feb 2020
 
NUEVO LAREDO, NOT A SAFE PLACE
Central American Migration

Report: No way out - The humanitarian crisis for Central American migrants and asylum seekers

Report 11 Feb 2020
 
Kambe IDP site - Ituri - DR Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo

Displaced by community violence, living in dire conditions in Ituri province

Project Update 7 Feb 2020
 
Venezuelan migrants in Arauca
Colombia

Venezuelan migrants at a crossroads on the Colombian border

Project Update 6 Feb 2020
 
Surviving conflict in northeast Nigeria
Nigeria

Northeast Nigeria: “The conflict is intensifying and the needs are massive”

Interview 4 Feb 2020
 
Al Kashafa Hospital 2020
Sudan

Four things you need to know about South Sudanese refugees in Sudan

Project Update 3 Feb 2020
 
Syria: Situation in Idlib deteriorates dramatically
Syria

Advancing frontlines, mass exodus and reduced access to hospitals in Idlib

Project Update 31 Jan 2020
 
Largest measles outbreak: MSF intervenes in Kongo Central
Measles

Tackling a massive measles outbreak in DRC's Kongo Central province

Project Update 31 Jan 2020
 
Migrants and Refugees in Mexico shelters
Central American Migration

Despite kidnapping and continued risks, migrants continue journey north through Mexico

Project Update 30 Jan 2020
 
Matamoros - Asylum-seekers and migrants at the US/Mexico border
Central American Migration

The devastating toll of 'Remain in Mexico' asylum policy one year later

Press Release 29 Jan 2020
MSF Logistique - Bordeaux
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Everywhere we work, the circumstances are unique. Nonetheless, our programmes generally follow a common set of practices designed to make sure our resources and expertise are used to maximum effect.
 

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