More than two and a half years after the Ebola outbreak officially began, we are now closing our last projects in West Africa dedicated to caring for people who survived the disease.


People in Haiti face a massive health crisis, as the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew has cut off communities and forced them to live in inhuman conditions.


Seven months after the signature of the EU/Turkey deal, more than 50,000 migrants and refugees still live in substandard conditions in Greece and lack proper access to healthcare.


Find out more about Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) work around the world and see what we really do.

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The refugee camp known as ‘La Linière’ in Grande-Synthe, on the outskirts of Dunkirk in northern France, is to close its doors to new arrivals, according to local authorities.


Airstrikes by Syrian and Russian forces have hit four hospitals in besieged east Aleppo in the past 24 hours, causing huge damage to one of them and injuring at least two doctors.


In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which struck Haiti on 4 October, four MSF teams are assessing the needs at medical facilities and affected communities in five departments of the country.


My main hope is that the bombing will stop. I also hope that the siege will end so that civilians can leave, wounded people can be referred outside the city to receive medical care, and aid can get into the city.


One year on, MSF doctor Kass Thomas recounts the night of the attack on our Kunduz Trauma Centre in October 2015.


MSF General Director Christopher Stokes takes stock one year on from the Kunduz attack and explores what’s at stake for frontline medical care in conflicts today.