Jump to navigation
MSF's Arjan Hehenkamp reports on his recent trip to CAR, where violence is taking on an increasingly sectarian bent, with severe medical consequences.
MSF teams in the Gadzi area of CAR have been vaccinated children for measles and polio while also providing other crucial medical services for people displaced by violence.
MSF treated more than two dozen people injured in the aftermath of new violence 180 miles north of Bangui.
Six months after the capital of Bangui was seized by Seleka rebels, the situation in CAR remains unstable.
MSF is distributing aid items and monitoring nutrition and malaria cases for displaced villagers after violence between farmers and Chadian tribes.
MSF nurse Brigitte Doppler provides an update on the health situation in eastern Central African Republic, an area heavily impacted by conflict.
Three months after a coup in CAR, and with malaria season approaching, MSF continues to scale up activities to assist thousands with no access to basic health care.
Ten days after the opposition group Seleka took over the city of Bangui, life in the capital is gradually returning to normal. MSF is providing care to victims of violence.
MSF is treating the wounded and providing medical supplies in Bangui after several days of violence.
As the government of CAR attempts to implement a peace deal with rebel groups, MSF is expanding its emergency response for people affected by the conflict.
333 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001-5004
A 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Federal Identification Number (EIN): 13-3433452.