MSF frequently publishes updates, press releases, and other forms of communication about its work in roughly 70 countries around the world. See the list below for the most recent updates or search by location, topic, or year.

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MSF's Albert Carames describes the humanitarian crisis in Central African Republic, where escalating violence has forced many people from their homes and malnutrition, malaria and other illnesses are exacerbated by the conflict.

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MSF's Albert Camares describes the humanitarian crisis in Central African Republic, where violence has displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

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MSF's Michelle Mays explains the humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic, where sectarian violence and widespread displacement are taking a heavy toll on the population.

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MSF's Arjan Hehenkamp reports on his recent trip to CAR, where violence is taking on an increasingly sectarian bent, with severe medical consequences.

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Urgent need for increased humanitarian assistance amid scenes of burnt villages, brutal attacks; displaced without shelter, food, water; health system further strained.

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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.

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MSF treated more than two dozen people injured in the aftermath of new violence 180 miles north of Bangui.

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Six months after the capital of Bangui was seized by Seleka rebels, the situation in CAR remains unstable.

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Residents of a village in Central African Republic have no access to medical care due to recent violence. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has arrived there to provide medical care but is worried about levels of malaria, a potential nutrition crisis, and the lack of antiretrovirals for people living with HIV.

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Amid the chaos in the Central African Republic, children have been hardest-hit by food shortages and the lack of basic medical care, MSF's Ellen van der Velden explains.

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