Violent clashes have forced more than 15,000 people to seek refuge in newly created camps in Melut county in recent weeks.
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.
In Swaziland, 55 patients are the first group to have completed two years of gruelling treatment for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis at MSF’s project in Mankayane.
PRESS RELEASE: As MSF starts vaccinating against pneumonia in a South Sudanese refugee camp, it warned that the global vaccination community is neglecting the roll out of new vaccines among crisis-affected children.
PRESS RELEASE: Dozens of people have been killed and an estimated 50,000 have fled into Chad during months of violence in central Darfur, an MSF report reveals. Witnesses describe attacks in which people were shot, and villages looted and burnt to the ground.
MSF has opened a reproductive healthcare project to respond to major needs among refugees in the Bekaa valley, the main entry point for Syrians crossing the border into Lebanon.
An estimated 100,000 people still have dangerously inadequate access to emergency medical care, almost three weeks after the latest mass movement into the bush to escape violence in South Sudan’s southern Jonglei state.
Countless migrants, mainly Ethiopians, pass through Yemen on their way to Saudi Arabia; many become victims of torture at the hands of human traffickers.
MSF is responding to a fresh wave of violence that has broken out in some areas of Sudan’s Darfur region along the border with Chad.