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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February 16, 2010

The Baghrami market in east Kabul has become a refuge for hundreds of families who fled fighting in Kapisa province to the north  

February 16, 2010

MSF distributes basic living items to 35,000 people in Kurram Agency displaced by the conflict  

February 16, 2010

In Jacmel, the injured look to MSF staff and each other for help rebuilding their lives

February 12, 2010

Dr. Marie-Pierre Allié, president of Médecins Sans Frontières-France, who recently returned from a field visit to Haiti, analyses the situation there one month after the disaster.

February 11, 2010

Paris/New York, February 12, 2010—Both the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have recently approved the long-awaited heat-stable 100mg tablet version of ritonavir, the antiretroviral booster drug produced by Abbott Laboratories.

February 11, 2010

One month after a devastating earthquake, MSF continues to work diligently to respond to the needs of the Haitian people.

February 10, 2010

A 7.0-magnitude earthquake destroyed much of Port-au-Prince and surrounding areas one month ago. Here is a look at MSF's response to the humanitarian emergency so far.

February 10, 2010

MSF is still very concerned about the situation in one of the world’s most congested camp complexes, located in Dadaab, in northeast Kenya.

February 09, 2010

In a welcome move for access to medicines, the Delhi High Court has rejected the appeal filed by the German pharmaceutical company Bayer Corporation against an earlier court order which had rejected the implementation of a drug regulatory system which essentially linked registration of medicines to their patent status.

February 07, 2010

Jerry is seven years old. On January 12, he was seriously injured in the earthquake that devastated his hometown of Port-au-Prince.

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