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30.08.2016

This month we look at: Nigeria, Yemen, France, Greece and HIV /AIDS.

30.08.2016

On Monday, the Search and Rescue boat Dignity I, run by MSF, contributed to the rescue of around 3,000 people drifting in about 20 rubber dinghies and several wooden boats, one of which carried between 600-700 people, in the central Mediterranean.

26.08.2016

MSF is prepared with a multiple casualty plan in case of a sudden influx of wounded if fighting escalates again.

25.08.2016

Thousands of people in desperate need are unable to access medical and humanitarian assistance due to ongoing fighting in South Sudan.

18.08.2016

Despite the evacuation of MSF teams, medical activities will continue at these hospitals, although in a reduced capacity.

17.08.2016

In the last episode of this series of Everyday Emergency, we speak to Conor Kenny, an Irish doctor who witnessed the eviction of thousands of people from a camp in Greece.

17.08.2016

MSF is taking part in a huge vaccination campaign in Kinshasa with 160+ MSF staff organising 100 teams in three health zones.

The aftermath of the bombing of Abs Hospital, Yemen, 15 August 2016.
15.08.2016

Abs hospital in northwest Yemen was hit by an airstrike at 15.45 local time, 15 August 2016, killing at least 11 people and injuring at least 19.

12.08.2016

As fighting moves into districts surrounding Helmand’s provincial capital of Lashkar Gah, sick and injured are struggling to reach Boost Hospital.

11.08.2016

An interview with a Syrian doctor managing an MSF-supported hospital in east Aleppo.

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