PRESS RELEASE: MSF calls on all parties involved in the conflict in Central African Republic to allow the wounded and ill to safely obtain the critical medical care they need. MSF calls for an end to violence against patients, civilians and medical staff working in healthcare facilities in Bangui and throughout the country.
PRESS RELEASE: MSF insists that medical structures and patients be spared from violence after a bomb attack killed several people at the gate of a hospital in Khar.
Cathy Janssens is a Belgian midwife, recently returned from an MSF assignment to set up a mother-and-child health programme in Syria.
In the Dar Zaghawa region of Sudan, countless pregnant women seek medical care only once their situation is critical, and often it is too late.
PRESS RELEASE: Environmental cleaning of the earth in Bagega village, in northern Nigeria, finally started in January three years after the worst lead poisoning crisis ever recorded was first discovered in Zamfara state.
Some 70,000 refugees from Mali are living in difficult conditions in the middle of the Mauritanian desert, with ethnic tensions in northern Mali quashing any hopes of a swift return home.
PRESS RELEASE: As armed groups cause chaos, aid agencies are forced to evacuate their teams, leaving people without medical care. MSF calls on new government to restore order.
As registration numbers grow in Domeez refugee camp the services provided remain insufficient to cope with the mounting needs.
In October 2011, Montserrat Serra and Blanca Thiebaut were abducted from the Ifo 2 refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya.