MSF team leader in Monrovia, Jackson K.P. Naimah, addresses a UN Security Council Emergency Session on Ebola.
As military operations continue against armed groups in the Béni region, MSF urges that priority be given to protecting the lives of hostages, who may include four MSF staff abducted nine months ago.
A number of patients have been discharged from Ebola treatment centres in Guinea after successfully beating the Ebola virus.
PRESS RELEASE: MSF is releasing a case study of its handling of the Rwandan genocide, when 800,000 people lost their lives in 100 days
Interview with Albert Caramés, who has returned to Barcelona after nine months working as a humanitarian affairs officer in the capital, Bangui.
PRESS RELEASE: The prolonged and systematic detention of migrants and asylum seekers in Greece is having devastating consequences on their health and human dignity, warns MSF.
PRESS RELEASE: Efforts to contain an ongoing measles epidemic affecting the Chadian capital of N’djamena must be immediately stepped up.
With eight confirmed cases of Ebola reported in the capital Conakry, MSF is facing an unprecedented epidemic in terms of the distribution of cases now scattered in several locations in Guinea.
To mark the 12 months of extreme and unacceptable violence that has gripped the Central African Republic (CAR) since a coup d’état last March, MSF has brought together testimonies from its teams and patients in a report; ‘One year of escalating violence’.
In response to the Ebola epidemic that has broken out in Guinea, MSF continues to reinforce its teams in Guéckédou and Macenta, two towns in the south of the country where the virus has spread.