Read about first-hand accounts from MSF aid workers and patients.

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Some 35,000 people who have taken refuge in a displaced persons camp in Juba are now threatened by a lack of clean water and sanitation.

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A family carries on in Turkey as their dream of ever going home begins to fade.

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A Syrian family in Kilis expands while hopes for the future grow murky.

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Six months after arriving in Greece, a Syrian refugee has found that reality has not met his expectations.

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MSF has set up a maternity ward and neonatal unit in Tacloban to provide specialized care for mothers and children in the wake of the storm.

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In this interview, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) project coordinator Julian Donald describes the crisis in Bossangoa, Central African Republic, and the surrounding Ouham Prefecture, where nearly the entire population has fled into the bush. This interview was conducted on December 11, 2013, just a few days following the latest episode of intense violence between armed groups in Bossangoa.

What has happened in Bossangoa since the violence in September, two weeks before you arrived?

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As Syrian refugees increasingly head towards Bulgaria, MSF is working to provide aid and assist the overstretched Bulgarian authorities.

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MSF doctor Thomas Lauvin describes the situation in Syria's Aleppo governorate, where MSF runs a hospital and provides medical supplies and support to local doctors and medical structures.

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MSF emergency coordinator Ibrahim Younis describes the situation in the Philippines, where many communities are still struggling one month after Typhoon Haiyan.

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MSF mobile clinics are providing health care and psychological support to people in the Philippines as they recover from the damage wrought by Typhoon Haiyan.

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