MSF's publications are an expression of our belief in the principle of témoignage, or bearing witness, and the belief that we are accountable to those we work for and with. Sharing news about our activities and reflecting on them, offering critiques when necessary, are therefore crucial aspects of our work.

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August 09, 2017

More than 32,000 people who fled the Kasaï region in the Democratic Republic of Congo have settled in a series of camps in northern Angola.

June 27, 2002

One Child in Six Malnourished; Malnutrition Leading Cause of Death

June 10, 2002

Response of Angolan Government and United Nations Shockingly Insufficient

May 30, 2002

Transcript of a press teleconference hosted by MSF

May 06, 2002

Traumatized Families Emerging From Remote Areas More Dead Than Alive

May 02, 2002

Emergency Relief Operation Launched

April 25, 2002

Worst Malnutrition in Past Decade Found in Areas Long Cut Off From Aid

Kuito/New York, April 26, 2002 — Malnutrition witnessed by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) among people emerging from the war zones in Angola is among the worst seen in Africa in the past decade. These areas had been cut off from medical and food aid since 1998 when the civil war intensified, and are only now becoming accessible due to the recent cease-fire agreements.

April 24, 2002

Fresh Graves, Ghost Towns, and Starving People Discovered in South

May 09, 2001

Malnutrition Rates Alarmingly High Among Displaced Persons: MSF Urges for General Food Distribution

Luanda, Angola, May 10, 2001 — The international medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is reporting a sharp increase in malnutrition rates over the past few months in Camacupa municipality of Bié Province in central Angola. The organization urges that additional food distributions be undertaken in the region to avert a further increase in mortality rates.

July 28, 1999

Food Beyond the Reach of Many in Malange

New York/Luanda, July 29, 1999 — After four months of inaccessibility, teams from the international medical relief agency Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have reached the besieged town of Malange, Angola, where they have discovered a severe nutritional crises. Severe fighting forced aid workers out of Malange, which is east of the capital Luanda, in March.

August 09, 2017

More than 32,000 people who fled the Kasaï region in the Democratic Republic of Congo have settled in a series of camps in northern Angola.

June 27, 2002

One Child in Six Malnourished; Malnutrition Leading Cause of Death

June 10, 2002

Response of Angolan Government and United Nations Shockingly Insufficient

May 30, 2002

Transcript of a press teleconference hosted by MSF

May 06, 2002

Traumatized Families Emerging From Remote Areas More Dead Than Alive

May 02, 2002

Emergency Relief Operation Launched

April 25, 2002

Worst Malnutrition in Past Decade Found in Areas Long Cut Off From Aid

Kuito/New York, April 26, 2002 — Malnutrition witnessed by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) among people emerging from the war zones in Angola is among the worst seen in Africa in the past decade. These areas had been cut off from medical and food aid since 1998 when the civil war intensified, and are only now becoming accessible due to the recent cease-fire agreements.

April 24, 2002

Fresh Graves, Ghost Towns, and Starving People Discovered in South

May 09, 2001

Malnutrition Rates Alarmingly High Among Displaced Persons: MSF Urges for General Food Distribution

Luanda, Angola, May 10, 2001 — The international medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is reporting a sharp increase in malnutrition rates over the past few months in Camacupa municipality of Bié Province in central Angola. The organization urges that additional food distributions be undertaken in the region to avert a further increase in mortality rates.

July 28, 1999

Food Beyond the Reach of Many in Malange

New York/Luanda, July 29, 1999 — After four months of inaccessibility, teams from the international medical relief agency Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have reached the besieged town of Malange, Angola, where they have discovered a severe nutritional crises. Severe fighting forced aid workers out of Malange, which is east of the capital Luanda, in March.