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14.01.2015

Isabelle Mouniaman-Nara, MSF’s programme manager in Nigeria, tells us about last week's attacks in Baga and how MSF is helping survivors in Maiduguri.

12.01.2015

In the wake of a major attack carried out by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram on the town of Baga, in northern Nigeria, a team from MSF is assisting survivors who have fled to the city of Maiduguri.

09.01.2015

Five years have passed since a truly devastating earthquake shook Haiti. Over the 10 months following the earthquake, MSF treated 360,000 patients, performed over 15,000 surgeries, and distributed over 50,000 tents and half a million square litres of water per day.

08.01.2015

MSF has admitted its first patients to a new Ebola Treatment Centre in Kissy, an Ebola hotspot on the outskirts of Freetown, Sierra Leone.

08.01.2015

As MSF provides Ebola treatment in West Africa, patients like Aminata Sankoh continue to inspire the medical teams. “The Ebola Treatment Centre can be a lonely and frightening place for people, especially children,” said Dr Gerardo Muñoz Montiel, “but having someone like Aminata in the wards can make a huge difference.”

08.01.2015

A clinical trial for an anti-viral drug has started to test whether it can be used as a possible treatment for Ebola. The trial is led by Oxford University and is being held at the MSF treatment centre in Monrovia, Liberia.

07.01.2015

We follow Moses, an Ebola survivor whose family has been hit hard by the Ebola outbreak. Despite Moses receving a warm welcome from his community on his return home, this is not the case for many Ebola survivors in West Africa.

06.01.2015

Months of intense strain on health services in conflict-affected eastern Ukraine has left local doctors struggling to meet the growing medical needs. In response to the difficulties people now face in accessing basic healthcare, MSF is expanding its medical support to health centres in conflict-affected areas of Donetsk.

An MSF doctor comforts an Ebola orphan in Gueckedou, Guinea.
26.12.2014

A clinical trial for a possible treatment for Ebola started in Guinea on the 17th of December, taking place at MSF’s Ebola Treatment Centre in Guéckédou, in the east of the country.

An MSF doctor comforts an Ebola orphan in Gueckedou, Guinea.
26.12.2014

A clinical trial for a possible treatment for Ebola started in Guinea on the 17th of December. The trial is led by the French medical research institute INSERM and is taking place at MSF’s Ebola Treatment Centre in Guéckédou, in the east of the country. 

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