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MSF has sent new teams to aid populations in CAR affected by ongoing conflict in the country.
Syrians affected by the ongoing conflict need greater humanitarian assistance inside and outside the country.
A rebel surge in various parts of CAR has displaced numerous families who have fled conflict repeatedly over the past decade.
Fighting in DRC's North Kivu province has forced more than 100,000 people to flee their homes and live crowded in camps near Goma.
While visiting an uncle in Goma, nine-year-old Eden became a casualty of the ongoing and worsening conflict in eastern DRC.
An already fragile situation in eastern DRC deteriorated further after Goma fell to a rebel group, hundreds were injured, and thousands more were displaced.
More then 50,000 Syrians have sought refuge in Iraq, including 42,000 in the Kurdistan region where many live in overcrowded camps.
MSF has scaled-up assistance to victims of the conflict in Syria, providing emergency and surgical care for the wounded and displaced within Syria and in neighboring countries.
In South Sudan's refugee camps, MSF's is augmenting its medical activities with psychosocial care.
MSF continues to fully support the families of Blanca Thiebaut and Montserrat Serra, two MSF employees who were abducted from Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp while working to help Somali refugees in need.
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