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30.09.2016

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) demands that the Syrian and allied governments stop the bombing that is provoking a bloodbath among civilians in the city. On 28 September, just hours before the UNSC met to discuss the implementation of resolution 2286 on the protection of medical facilities, two more MSF-supported hospitals were seriously damaged by bombing and went out of service. 

29.09.2016

At least 59 war-wounded Syrians, including 11 children, denied medical evacuation into Jordan over past three months

29.09.2016

This month we look at: Yemen, Nigeria, Yellow fever, France, antiobiotic resistance and Greece.

29.09.2016

Less than four months after the UN Security Council voted to pass Resolution 2286 for the protection of civilians and healthcare in armed conflict, MSF's International President returned to the council chamber.

28.09.2016

Conflict-affected populations in Borno state need emergency food aid now.

26.09.2016

Member states must advance concrete measures to protect access to medical care in conflict zones.

22.09.2016

For MSF’s logisticians, the humble plastic tarpaulin is an indispensable piece of kit, used to make everything from fencing to guy ropes.

21.09.2016

MSF has set up a project in South Africa to outpace the HIV epidemic, by bringing down the number of new HIV infections while simultaneously increasing the number of people on treatment.

20.09.2016

MSF calls on Pfizer to match GSK’s move and offer the humanitarian community access to the lowest price available globally

19.09.2016

British anaesthetist Rachel Craven has recently returned from mission to MSF's surgical hospital in Aden, Yemen.

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