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December 15, 2015

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) logistician Nicolas Robichez is in Grande-Synthe, France, where more than 2,000 refugees, mostly Kurdish, are currently living in precarious, and escalating, conditions.

November 23, 2015

MSF is working in "the Jungle" makeshift camp in Calais, France, where some 6,000 people are sheltering after making the dangerous journey from Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Sudan or Eritrea.

October 22, 2015

MSF is providing medical to refugees sheltering in "The Jungle", a makeshift camp in Calais, France.

September 22, 2015

Approximately 3,500 refugees are living in a former garbage dump on the outskirts of Calais, France. Conditions at the site, known as the "Jungle," are miserable and getting worse, despite the efforts of nonprofit organizations on-site and local charitable initiatives.

December 15, 2015

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) logistician Nicolas Robichez is in Grande-Synthe, France, where more than 2,000 refugees, mostly Kurdish, are currently living in precarious, and escalating, conditions.

November 23, 2015

MSF is working in "the Jungle" makeshift camp in Calais, France, where some 6,000 people are sheltering after making the dangerous journey from Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Sudan or Eritrea.

October 22, 2015

MSF is providing medical to refugees sheltering in "The Jungle", a makeshift camp in Calais, France.

September 22, 2015

Approximately 3,500 refugees are living in a former garbage dump on the outskirts of Calais, France. Conditions at the site, known as the "Jungle," are miserable and getting worse, despite the efforts of nonprofit organizations on-site and local charitable initiatives.