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 is providing care and water and sanitation services in western Uganda, where tens of thousands of refugees fleeing insecurity in DRC arrived in mid-July.

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MSF is working in a transit camp near Bubukwanga, western Uganda, where at least 17,000 Congolese are taking refuge after an attack on the village of Kamango.

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This month, we focus on Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)'s efforts to improve the situation in South Sudan's Yida refugee camp, a makeshift hospital in Syria, aid to victims of flooding in the Philippines, displaced Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia, fighting cholera in Guinea and Sierra Leone, and the successful containment of an Ebola outbreak in Uganda.

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An Ebola outbreak occurred in the Ugandan area of Kibaalé at the end of July. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) launched an emergency intervention to contain the spread of the virus, which has killed 16 people.

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The MSF emergency response to an outbreak of Ebola in Uganda has come to an end.

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Emergency Coordinator Dr. Olimpia de la Rosa discusses MSF's response to an Ebola outbreak in Kibaale district.

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MSF is helping to fight an outbreak of Ebola virus in western Uganda. 

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In Uganda, MSF is providing aid to more than 25,000 refugees who fled violence in North Kivu, DRC.

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The people of Kaabong District, located in the Karamoja region of northeastern Uganda, have the unenviable title of being among the poorest in the country. Large parts of the population suffer from violence and chronic neglect—70 percent cannot access health care. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières' (MSF) purpose in Kaabong is to help strengthen government health services. Teams are supporting nine Ministry of Health centers and the district referral hospital. They also run mobile clinics to isolated areas, offering medical services to the many people who can't reach a health facility on their own.

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Large parts of the population of Kaabong suffer from violence and chronic neglect—70 percent cannot access health care.

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