MSF's mobile emergency team is providing round-the-clock medical care at Bangui airport, following an outbreak of violence that has swept through the capital since 5th December.
This year, nearly 10,000 migrants and refugees, the majority from Syria, have arrived in Bulgaria. The unexpected influx has put pressure on the Bulgarian authorities’ capacity to provide proper shelter and healthcare - a dangerous situation for the upcoming winter months.
PRESS RELEASE: As UN humanitarian organisations agree to further mobilise resources in response to the humanitarian crisis in Central African Republic, MSF has released an open letter addressed to Valérie Amos expressing that this decision has to be urgently translated in reality.
For months CAR has experienced increasing levels of violence. The UN-led humanitarian response to the suffering is too little, too late, says MSF's General Director, Arjan Hehenkamp.
PRESS RELEASE: MSF is searching for a musician or producer to write the soundtrack to a groundbreaking short animation. The winner will see their work distributed around the world and win prizes from our partner Lyrix Organix, one of the most innovative music and events production companies in the UK.
MSF teams have been running mobile clinics to provide healthcare for the villagers Macanip on Leyte island, including psychological support to help children recover from the traumatic event.
PRESS RELEASE: Since early this morning there have been violent clashes, shooting and explosions in a number of areas of Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic. Armed groups have launched an offensive on the city.
Working in a highly volatile area, our teams have vaccinated 26,125 children against measles in South Irumu in November.
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