Justin James Warren Pambulan was the first baby delivered in MSF's makeshift maternity and labour room on the east coast of Samar island.
PRESS RELEASE: MSF calls on all parties involved in the conflict in Central African Republic to allow the wounded and ill to safely obtain the critical medical care they need. MSF calls for an end to violence against patients, civilians and medical staff working in healthcare facilities in Bangui and throughout the country.
One month after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, are teams are still working on three of the country’s hardest-hit islands, providing healthcare for people in remote areas and supporting the health system as it recovers.
MSF extends heartfelt condolences to the Mandela family, South Africans and all those whose lives were touched by Nelson Mandela during his 95 years. "Mandela is the greatest humanitarian I ever met," said Dr Eric Goemaere, MSF’s HIV-TB Coordinator for southern Africa.
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.
PRESS RELEASE: Ahead of the Global Fund conference in Washington DC, MSF warns of the consequences of spearheading a new pricing initiative that could result in middle-income countries paying higher prices.
After six years of providing healthcarealong South Africa’s border with Zimbabwe, we have handed over to the Department of Health and non-governmental partners. Project Coordinator, Avril Benoît, explains why integrated mobile care has been a lifesaver.
An MSF assessment found that four in five refugees questioned in Dadaab do not want to return to Somalia given the current climate of insecurity.
MSF renews calls on the international community, especially UN agencies, to increase the response to the ongoing crisis.
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