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Nearly four years after withdrawing its teams from Somalia, MSF has started treating patients again...
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Interview
Jean-Guy Vataux, head of mission in Libya, explains how MSF is providing assistance to migrants,...
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Statement
Despite the fact that snakebite is estimated to kill over 100,000 people every year there are...
Press release
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Bangui, Central African Republic – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams witnessed the...
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“Even though we are pumping and treating record amounts of water in Palorinya, it’s only just...
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The hepatitis E outbreak declared two months ago in southeastern Niger is particularly affecting...
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Iraq’s recent history has been dominated by wars. Generations of Iraqis have grown up in shattered...
Testimony
Conflict has erupted in recent weeks in several cities in the Central African Republic (CAR). In...
Press release
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As fighting intensifies for control of the Syrian city of Raqqa, people must decide whether to...
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‘Will Bambari be next?’ This is the question on everyone’s lips in Central African Republic’s...
Testimony
"We knew war was coming and we prepared ourselves months ago – we all did."
Testimony
"I left Yuai on 15 February because of the fighting. I left running, there was no time to take...
Press release
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More than 27,000 people have fled their homes since mid-February after clashes between the Sudan...
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Crisis Update
MSF is continuing to provide medical care, including for trauma, and mother and child care, in...
Interview
"This is reported to be the largest outbreak of meningitis C we have seen in nine years in Nigeria.”
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In Niger, MSF conducted vaccination campaigns with local authorities for more than 463,800 people...

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