Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) frequently publishes updates, press releases, and other forms of communication about its work in more than 60 countries around the world. See the list below for the most recent updates or search by location, topic, or year.



February 02, 2011

Continued exposure to violence makes the population of southern Sudan even more vulnerable. MSF helps those who have survived attacks by armed groups in Yambio, Western Equatoria State.

January 31, 2011

MSF has been monitoring the refugee situation along the border tand providing free primary health care at mobile clinics.

January 31, 2011

An overview of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) activities in Iraq as of January 25, 2011.

January 28, 2011

MSF provided specialized care to 53 women, men, and children who were raped between January 19 and 21 in South Kivu Province.

January 28, 2011

The licenses a Johnson & Johnson-owned pharmaceutical company, Tibotec, granted to three generic drug makers will keep a promising new AIDS medicine from many patients across the developing world, MSF says.

January 25, 2011

“We are worried that they are sleeping out in the bush with no shelter, no food, no way of getting medical care, and much more vulnerable to attacks."

January 25, 2011

MSF medical teams have been assisting detained migrants and asylum seekers and are witnessing a situation that has reached emergency levels.

January 21, 2011

In southern Sudan, most medical facilities were destroyed during more than two decades of civil war. Now, the dire lack of health clinics, the long distances involved in reaching them, often days of walking and the unattainable costs of care are all barriers to people seeking medical help.  

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January 19, 2011

Are the European Union and its multinational pharmaceutical companies now pressuring the Indian prime minister's office? In recent months, as negotiators from India and Europe have been thrashing out the details of a free trade agreement to be signed within months, people living with HIV have been hitting the streets. From New Delhi to Nairobi and Brussels to Bangkok, they have been protesting against the very real threat posed to India's ability to supply life-saving generic medicines to people across the developing world.  

January 17, 2011

Matthias Egger, Ben D. Spycher, John Sidle, Ralf Weigel, Elvin H. Geng, Matthew P. Fox, Patrick MacPhail, Gilles van Cutsem, Eugène Messou, Robin Wood, Denis Nash, Margaret Pascoe, Diana Dickinson, Jean-François Etard, James A. McIntyre, Martin W. G. Brinkhof, for IeDEA East Africa, West Africa and Southern Africa
PLoS Med 2011;8(1):e1000390.
PLoS Medicine

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