Amid the chaos and anarchy from the conflict in Central African Republic (CAR), MSF is reaching out to the many victims of rape.
Opinion and Debate: The humanitarian system is clearly not reaching the standards that have already been agreed. Instead of aiming for ever higher standards, we seem to be going towards a consensus-based ‘lowest common denominator’.
PRESS RELEASE: Withthe Ebola epidemic raging, getting Malaria treament has become almost impossible. In response MSF is distributing antimalarials to 300,000 people living in Monrovia’s poorest neighborhoods.
Our teams are working to contain a Cholera outbreak in southern Niger after a number of cases were identified last month.
This month we look at healthcare in the time of Ebola in Liberia, the 'Invisible wounds' of mental health and MSF attending to the many people in Iraq that are displaced but still in danger. We also take a look at a new preventive strategy for malnutrition and ask what are the solutions to antibiotic resistance?
We take a look at a simple and inexpensive treatments initiative, which aims to improve HIV patients' access to care in rural Zimbabwe.
MSF has taken the very difficult decision to temporarily suspend medical activities at Gondama Referral Centre, near Bo, because of the strain the current response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has put on the organisation’s capacity in the country.
Since 4th October, bombing and shelling has intensified in the Erbin area near Damascus. The worst individual incident was the bombing of a market on 9th October which reported a mass-casualty influx of 250 wounded.
Salome Karwah is an Ebola survivor. After recovering from the virus she came back to work at the MSF treatment centre where she fought the disease. This is her story.
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