Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we really do. This month, we are getting a clearer picture of the AIDS epidemic in Malawi and we visit our team in Jordan who are rebuilding shattered lives in the Middle East.
MSF teams have just completed a cholera vaccination campaign in and around the refugee camps in Maban County. While this will limit the spread of an outbreak, all efforts must still be made by organisations working on water and sanitation in the camps.
STATEMENT: MSF is deeply concerned at the recent statements by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, proposing to use more DFID funding to stabilise conflict-affected states in order to further national security interests.
Fighting in the Katanga province of the Democratic Republic of Congo has caused thousands of people to flee their homes and hundreds to seek refuge at the MSF hospital in Shamwana.
MSF Clinical Officer, Kelly Khabala, recounts his work treating people in Kibera, Africa’s largest urban slum in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
PRESS RELEASE: Following an attack in Akobo county, northern Jonglei state, MSF is treating 13 patients in neighbouring Upper Nile state; all except one of them suffer from gunshot wounds and the majority are women and children.
PRESS RELEASE: MSF was pleased to hear the news that funds to remediate Bagega village in northern Nigeria have finally been released and work has begun in the village.
Conflict in the north of Mali is still causing mass movements of people across the Sahel region and the conditions in the camps where they are living are unacceptable, leading to disease and suffering.