Families fleeing a wave of violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo have found refuge in a stadium, where MSF teams are providing emergency healthcare.
An outbreak of malaria in Democratic Republic of Congo is affecting large numbers of people, prompting an emergency response from MSF whose teams have treated more than 2,500 people since the start of May.
PRESS RELEASE: The Indian government must urgently address the persistent issues and almost routine delays of procuring drugs to treat tuberculosis.
PRESS RELEASE: An estimated 120,000 people have fled fighting in Pibor County, South Sudan, and are now hiding in unsafe and malaria-infested swamps.
Victorine and her family fled their home during four days of violent clashes around the city of Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
High numbers of people with HIV and poor access to maternity services has lead Lesotho to suffer one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world - almost three times the global average.
Thousands of people left without healthcare after a coup d’etat in Central African Republic are now receiving treatment from MSF.
MSF, in collaboration with the South Sudanese Ministry of Health, stemmed a meningitis A outbreak and vaccinated over 130,000 people against the disease in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state.
PRESS RELEASE: Following the attack on an office of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, the MSF strongly condemns violence against humanitarian workers and facilities.
As the rainy season begins in south eastern Chad, MSF is racing to assist tens of thousands of refugees and returnees who have temporarily re-settled to evade clashes in neighboring Darfur.
Younes is a five month old baby from Dara’a in Syria. His mother, Im Younis, describes her concerns for Younes and the rest of her family.
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