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01.04.2015

As violence in Yemen escalates, more medical supplies and trained health personnel are urgently needed. However, recent heavy restrictions on sea and airports are making this impossible.

30.03.2015

Opinion and Debate: MSF nurse Emma Pedley thinks we should, as a humanitarian organisation, try and be more open to the ways in which we may be able to help our patients die a comfortable and 'good' death.

30.03.2015

More than two dozen people injured in an airstrike today at a displaced persons camp in northern Yemen have been treated by Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

30.03.2015

Take a look at our work around the world and see what we really do. This month we focus on the Syrian conflict, Ebola in West Africa, and female refugees in Ethiopia. We also take a look at Multidrug-resistant Tuberculosis research, and hear from Roshan Kumarasamy, who recently completed a term as head of mission in Afghanistan. We also show a glimpse inside Maiduguri IDP camp in Nigeria.

26.03.2015

Due to the decreased number of Ebola cases in Liberia, MSF is putting its activities on standby at ELWA 3 Ebola management centre in Monrovia. The facility is now being prepared for the handover to the Liberian Ministry of Health.

Smoke billows over shelled and destroyed buildings in the Saif al Dawle district of Aleppo. 2nd October 2012.
26.03.2015

Opinion and Debate: Following the anticipated launch of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy in London , MSF's Jehan Bseiso asks whether channelling funds in to training new 'humanitarian leaders' is really the most effective way to save lives when there are such acute and immediate material needs on the frontlines of the worlds biggest humanitarian crises.

23.03.2015

A unique collaboration between MSF and Google to develop new technology for use at the height of the Ebola epidemic now offers huge promise to help improve medical care and save lives in a range of other humanitarian emergencies.

23.03.2015

PRESS RELEASE: MSF releases a critical analysis of the global Ebola response one year into the deadliest outbreak in history

Javid holds Warrah, a young Ebola survivor, in Kailahun.
20.03.2015

This week marks a year since the Ebola epidemic began in Guinea and spread throughout West Africa. Since the outbreak began, more than 10,000 people have lost their lives to the disease. Here, we meet people who have survived under our care and we meet people who have helped others to recover. For some, they are both.

20.03.2015

International organisations Partners In Health, MSF, Interactive Research and Development and their financial partner UNITAID will start in April the endTB project, a partnership aimed at radically changing the management of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.

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