Magaria pediatric unit and ITFC
Each year, malaria kills nearly half a million people. 70 per cent of all deaths are children under five years of age.

The disease is easy enough to treat, but access to the most effective treatments remains inadequate. 90 per cent of all malaria deaths occur on the African continent. Impregnated mosquito nets are expensive and out of reach for many. The parasite which causes malaria is beginning to show resistance in parts of Asia to the most effective drug we have. And there are no new drugs in the development pipeline, meaning we could be left without effective options in the future.

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MSF Mobile Clinic in Juba, South Sudan
South Sudan

MSF treats more than 2,700 people following violence in Juba

Project Update 20 Jul 2016
 
Leer & Thonyor - May 2016
South Sudan

South Sudan: Activity Update, May 2016

Report 15 Jul 2016
 
South Sudan

Activity Update, May 2016

Project Update 15 Jul 2016
 
MSF mobile clinic in South Sudan
South Sudan

Heavy fighting in Wau causing new displacement crisis

Voices from the Field 29 Jun 2016
 
Ethiopia

Two years of drought followed by floods challenge the pastoral way of life

Project Update 27 Jun 2016
 
DRC: MSF responds to malaria outbreak in Pawa and Boma-Mangbetu
Democratic Republic of Congo

40,000 people treated for malaria as disease surges

Project Update 21 Jun 2016
 
TANZANIA: ONE YEAR OF TURMOIL FOR BURUNDIAN REFUGEES
Tanzania

One year of turmoil for Burundian refugees

Project Update 1 Jun 2016
 
DRC: MSF respond to a massive malaria outreak in Pawa and Boma-Mangbetu
Photo Story

An unusual and deadly malaria outbreak in the north east of the Democratic Republic of Congo

18 May 2016
Photo Story
 
DRC: MSF respond to a massive malaria outreak in Pawa and Boma-Mangbetu
Democratic Republic of Congo

MSF responds to a particularly deadly outbreak of malaria in the north east of the country

Crisis Update 17 May 2016
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