PRESS RELEASE: The escalation of violence in Central African Republic is undermining vital humanitarian assistance for people who are already suffering due to limited access to aid, MSF warned today.
Since the escalation of political violence in Egypt in late June, MSF’s team in Cairo has been in close and regular contact with the main public and private healthcare facilities throughout Cairo and other affected areas of the country.
Fear and floods are keeping the people of Pibor County, South Sudan, from seeking vital medical assistance. MSF will expand its efforts and address the most urgent needs.
PRESS RELEASE: Experts from high-burden TB countries will come together at a symposium in Yangon, Myanmar, 22nd August. to explore new ways of tackling drug-resistant TB (DR-TB).
In the weeks before the rainy season begins, teams from MSF in Niger are working hard to distribute medicine that will prevent malaria, while preparing themselves to deal with possible food crises in some areas of the country.
PRESS RELEASE: Abuse and manipulation of humanitarian action ends 22-years of medical aid in Somalia; armed groups and civilian leadership support and tolerance of violent attacks against MSF undermine minimum security guarantees needed to maintain assistance programmes
PRESS RELEASE: MSF has been forced to suspend medical activities in Pinga and its immediate surroundings in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after a targeted threat to its staff.
A colleague has been killed and one injured after a group of armed men attacked an MSF car on a main road outside Juba. MSF is outraged by this unprovoked attack on a humanitarian organisation.