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  • ELWA-3 Ebola centre in Monrovia,

    Is Ebola a death sentence for pregnant women? Before this outbreak, studies suggested that many pregnant woman who became infected died. But, as Adama's story shows, this isn't always the case.

  • MSF stunt at Gavi replenishment meeting Berlin

    Ahead of today’s donor replenishment conference, pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced it is cutting the price on its pneumococcal vaccine by 6%, which still leaves the price to vaccinate a child at close to $10 per child.

  • Ebola declining in Liberia

    A downward trend of new cases is reported in MSF Ebola management centres across West Africa with just over 50 patients currently under our care. While this is a promising development, we caution that a loss of vigilance now would jeopardise the progress made in stemming the epidemic.

  • Antimalarials distribution in Sierra Leone

    We have distributed 1.8 million antimalarial treatments in midst of the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.

  • Kurahovo, East Ukraine

    As fighting escalates in eastern Ukraine to a level not seen since August, the situation for civilians caught in the conflict zone is now dire.

  • Malawi Floods - Jan 2015

    In the southern tip of Malawi, severe flooding has left at least 20,000 people stranded without food, clean water and medical supplies for more than 10 days.

  • vaccination campaign in Adjumani district, Uganda

    Opinion and Debate: Katy Athersuch of the MSF Access Campaign argues that governments need to create incentives for research and development by the pharmaceutical industry, as well as greater transparency about drug research and development costs.

  • Liberian Ebola fighter and doctors’ assistant Jackson K.P. Naimah

    Healthcare workers responding to Ebola in West Africa remain subjected to stigma and discrimination by some of their neighbours and relatives, who fear they could spread the virus. MSF Ebola fighter Jackson K.P. Naimah tells his story.

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29.01.2015

Access to people trapped in conflict areas has been systematically denied by the authorities in Sudan, therefore the Brussels-based operational centre of MSF today announces that it has been forced to close its activities in the country.

28.01.2015

Is Ebola a death sentence for pregnant women? Before this outbreak, studies suggested that many pregnant woman who became infected died. But, as Adama's story shows, this isn't always the case.

27.01.2015

A brutal stretch of winter has just passed, but Syrian refugees living in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley are still struggling amidst the deplorable living conditions they’ve endured for years now.

27.01.2015

Ahead of today’s donor replenishment conference, pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced it is cutting the price on its pneumococcal vaccine by 6%, which still leaves the price to vaccinate a child at close to $10 per child.

26.01.2015

A downward trend of new cases is reported in MSF Ebola management centres across West Africa with just over 50 patients currently under our care. While this is a promising development, we caution that a loss of vigilance now would jeopardise the progress made in stemming the epidemic.

26.01.2015

Randa is 24-years-old and lives in an area south of Hebron. Here, she talks about a traumatic event and how MSF helped her to cope.

23.01.2015

We have distributed 1.8 million antimalarial treatments in midst of the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.

23.01.2015

As fighting escalates in eastern Ukraine to a level not seen since August, the situation for civilians caught in the conflict zone is now dire.

23.01.2015

In the southern tip of Malawi, severe flooding has left at least 20,000 people stranded without food, clean water and medical supplies for more than 10 days.

23.01.2015

PRESS RELEASE: A hospital operated by MSF was directly targeted in an aerial bombing in Sudan on 20th January, forcing the suspension of medical activities, MSF announced today.

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