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10.30.2014

A survey of TB diagnostic and treatment practices in eight countries, October 2014.

MSF briefing paper, December 2014

What began in 2011 in Syria as protests inspired by the Arab Spring has become an entrenched and bloody conflict that shows no sign of resolution. Today, with an estimated 200,000 people killed and 7.6 million people displaced within the country and 3.2 million refugees registered outside, Syria is seen as the world’s most grave humanitarian disaster. In the face of this crisis, the previously functioning health system has collapsed and scores of thousands of medical staff have fled.

Iraq experienced a dramatic surge in violence in 2014 that triggered successive large-scale waves of displacement. More than 2.6 million people are said to have fled war-torn the central and northern areas of Iraq, particularly Al-Anbar, Ninawa, Salah Al-Din, Kirkuk and Diyala governorates.

July 30, 2015

Numerous bombings have destroyed civilian areas and caused much pain and suffering among civilians.

July 20, 2015

Over the course of just a few hours yesterday, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams in the southern Yemeni city of Aden received 150 people wounded in reprisal attacks by Houthi fighters, among them women, children, and the elderly.  Of the 150 people, 42 were dead on arrival at MSF’s hospital in Aden. 

The Houthis shelled the crowded  neighborhood of Dar Saad, where many displaced people live.

July 07, 2015

MSF describes mass casualty events caused by airstrikes and shelling in the war in Yemen. View external media.

July 06, 2015

SANA'A, YEMEN/NEW YORK—Medical facilities supported by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have received hundreds of people wounded in airstrikes and ground shelling across Yemen in recent days, and MSF teams have treated scores of people in several locations, including victims of a July 4 attack on a crowded marketplace in Harad District.

June 29, 2015

"I Had Never Heard Such Explosions in My Life"

Here, a nurse working in a Yemeni hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) describes his experience after airstrikes in Al-Dhale' Governorate, Yemen.

June 25, 2015

Emmanuel Berbain describes the critical humanitarian situation in a camp for displaced people in Khamir district, Yemen. View external media.

June 11, 2015

ADEN, YEMEN—Amid ongoing shelling in the Yemeni port city of Aden, hospitals are overwhelmed as civilians come under increasing fire, said the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), which treated more than 100 people injured in shelling yesterday.

June 09, 2015

MSF joins Human Rights Watch and International Crisis Group for an urgent webcast about the current situation on the ground, and what immediate action needs to be taken to address the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

June 09, 2015

Two months into the conflict in Yemen, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are providing humanitarian aid and medical care to people living near the frontlines who are desperate for assistance. In Taiz, the country’s third-largest city and home to 1.2 million people, an MSF team is providing local hospitals with support, medical supplies, and drugs. Here, Dr. Ahmad Bilal, MSF medical coordinator in Yemen, describes his experience:

June 09, 2015

Yemen's Khamer town has seen a recent influx of internally displaced people (IDPs) who arrived after fleeing airstrikes and the deteriorating situation in Sa’ada governorate. Many are living with families in Khamer or in rented houses, while others occupy public places such as schools or live in tents on the outskirts of the town.

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