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.

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April 11, 2011

MSF is extremely concerned about the worsening security situation in South Kivu and condemns violence perpetrated against its staff.

April 11, 2011

Seven people injured during the attack in the suburb of Ahmed Shah Baba in eastern Kabul received treatment at MSF-supported Ahmed Shah Baba Hospital.

April 08, 2011

From the onset of the violence in Libya in February, MSF has been working to assist people in areas with the greatest medical needs—in and around the city of Benghazi in the east and in Misrata in the west. Teams are also on the Tunisian border providing support to people who have fled the conflict.

April 07, 2011

In Abidjan, movement continues to be severely restricted or impossible due to insecurity, which makes it extremely difficult for patients to reach hospitals and for medical staff to access patients.

April 06, 2011

A report released today by MSF illustrates how Bahrain’s hospitals and health centers are no longer safe havens for the sick or injured, but rather places to be feared.

April 05, 2011

A team of six MSF psychologists have started working with the survivors of the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit northeast Japan on March 11.

April 04, 2011

On Sunday, MSF evacuated 71 patients by boat from the Libyan city of Misrata, where ongoing violence has overwhelmed medical facilities with the wounded.

April 04, 2011

Salha Issoufou, MSF’s Head of Mission in Abidjan, explains the difficulty teams are encountering when trying to treat patients in Abidjan and in the West of Ivory Coast.

April 04, 2011

MSF calls on the warring forces in Ivory Coast to ensure that people can reach medical facilities and to allow MSF medical teams to travel freely so they can provide care where it is needed.

April 03, 2011

Southern Sudan was already an underdeveloped region in dire need of investment in essential services, including health care, when large numbers of people returned to vote in a referendum for secession in January 2011.

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