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  • The team collecting people who have caught Ebola – both living and dead – from communities in Monrovia face one of the most challenging tasks in the fight against this deadly virus.

  • Cameroon - Care for malnourished CAR refugees

    This month we look at the changing response to Ebola in Liberia and the lack of medical aid in northern Iraq. We also assess the violence in Central African Republic (CAR) and the effect of people fleeing to Cameroon from CAR.

  • MSF Bikers Minova-Numbi

    A network of motorcyclists makes it possible for MSF to assist people in remote areas Democratic Republic of Congo. Meet three of the bikers, Brimana, Shabadé and Akonkwa.

  • Ebola in Foya, Lofa county, northern Liberia

    MSF has now begun the process of withdrawing from Lofa county in northern Liberia after no new cases have been reported at the Ebola case management centre in Foya.

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19.12.2014

For MSF teams across the world, 2014 was a year unlike any other.

16.12.2014

The team collecting people who have caught Ebola – both living and dead – from communities in Monrovia face one of the most challenging tasks in the fight against this deadly virus.

16.12.2014

Exodus takes an immersive look at the personal stories of migrants. We hear their reasons for leaving, as well as MSF's response to their needs in Syria, South Sudan and Mexico.

15.12.2014

This month we look at the changing response to Ebola in Liberia and the lack of medical aid in northern Iraq. We also assess the violence in Central African Republic (CAR) and the effect of people fleeing to Cameroon from CAR.

12.12.2014

A network of motorcyclists makes it possible for MSF to assist people in remote areas Democratic Republic of Congo. Meet three of the bikers, Brimana, Shabadé and Akonkwa.

12.12.2014

MSF has now begun the process of withdrawing from Lofa county in northern Liberia after no new cases have been reported at the Ebola case management centre in Foya.

A surgical team consisting of anesthesiologist Ikusuke HATSUKARI, nurse Yuko SHIRAKAWA and surgeon Mikio SHIOZAWA leaves Tokyo International Airport for Manila, the Philippines, on the afternoon of Saturday, 6 December.
12.12.2014

We are pleased to note that our teams have found people in the Philippines well prepared for Typhoon Hagupit, reporting only some minor injuries. As such MSF will not intervene medically in these affected areas.

10.12.2014

PRESS RELEASE: In conjunction with the Ebola response in the area, MSF is increasing distribution of antimalarial drugs during the peak season of the disease. This initiative should reduce the burden on Ebola treatment centres as the first symptoms of Ebola and malaria are similar.

07.12.2014

As Typhoon Hagupit makes landfall, MSF can report that none of its patients were harmed in the MSF supported Leyte hospital. We have a surgical team on the ground in Manila waiting to respond should the need arise.

05.12.2014

As part of continuing efforts to combat Ebola in Liberia, MSF has set up a 10-bed Ebola Transit Unit near Redemption Hospital to support the strained healthcare system in Monrovia.

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