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.

MSF shows the feasibility of implementing a mass vaccination campaign with oral cholera at the onset of an outbreak, using the results of a campaign conducted in Guinea in 2012.

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  MSF's Betty Raney describes how she and her team reduced maternal deaths in Sierra Leone through emergency obstetric care.

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  Betty Raney and Yvonne Nzomukunda describe MSF's efforts to prevent maternal and infant deaths in childbirth in Sierra Leone, where the health system is still recovering from war.  

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MSF delivered 2,262 babies at Gondoma Referral Center in 2011—many of them would have died if they had not received medical care. As a result, the maternal mortality rate in Bo district is estimated to be 61 percent lower than in the rest of the country.

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Ensuring pregnant women have timely access to emergency obstetric care has reduced maternal deaths by as much as 74 percent in parts of Burundi and Sierra Leone.

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A cholera epidemic in the capitals of Guinea and Sierra Leone was declared in February. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has treated nearly 8,000 people in the two countries.

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MSF is fighting a cholera epidemic along the border between Guinea and Sierra Leone in western Africa.

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MSF is working with Sierra Leone's Ministry of Health to counter a deadly cholera outbreak in the capital, Freetown.

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Doctors and nurses treat over 750 children every month at a hospital in Gondoma, Sierra Leone.

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By encouraging women to come to clinics sooner, MSF is helping more women in Sierra Leone deliver children safely.

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