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Sudan 2024 © Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi/MSF

A war on people: The catastrophic toll of violence in Sudan

A new MSF report documents shocking violence against civilians in Sudan, including sexual and ethnic violence and attacks on health workers and facilities.

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We provide independent, impartial medical humanitarian assistance to the people who need it most.

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) cares for people affected by conflict, disease outbreaks, natural and human-made disasters, and exclusion from health care in more than 70 countries.

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  • location

    70+

    Countries and territories are home to our medical humanitarian projects

    medics

    16,459,000

    Medical consultations were conducted by our humanitarian teams

    hospital

    1,368,700

    Patients admitted to MSF hospitals or clinics around the world

  • heart

    87%

    Programs that bring emergency medical care directly to the people who need it

    funds

    12%

    Fundraising that supports our medical humanitarian work

    scope

    1%

    Management and general expenses to cover administration

*Figures from latest International Activity Report

MSF staff protest Gilead IAC2024

MSF calls on Gilead to make groundbreaking HIV prevention drug affordable for all

story Jul 23, 2024

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Year in review: How MSF responded to world crises in 2023

Girls walk to school with mountains of Bamyan province, Afghanistan in the background.

story Jul 23, 2024

Who is Tom Brown? Preventing malnutrition in Nigeria

MSF health promoter lets a child taste test Tom Brown, a nutrient-rick porridge, in Nigeria.

story Jul 19, 2024

A day in the life at the last remaining hospital in southern Gaza

Destruction near Khan Younis, where Nasser Hospital is located, earlier this year.

story Jul 22, 2024

Sudan’s “war on people” must end now

Ruins of a mosque in El Geneina, Sudan.
The principles that drive us
We are independent, impartial, and neutral.
We are guided by universal medical ethics.
We are committed to bearing witness. 
We are transparent and accountable. 
We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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During a vaccination campaign in the Central African Republic, MSF also screens children for malnutrition.

Medical care where it’s needed most.

MSF teams treat a wide range of medical issues, from disease outbreaks to malnutrition to war wounds. And we put our decades of experience to work to produce groundbreaking medical research.

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Ebola response in Mangina

The work we do

When emergencies occur, MSF teams are often among the first to arrive—and the last to leave. Get an in-depth look at our work, including the how and why of where we respond and the challenges we face.

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How you can help

We’re an international movement supported by more than 7 million private donors worldwide. Get involved to help us deliver medical humanitarian aid where it’s needed most.

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A pediatric consultation at the MSF health center in Bidi Bidi settlement.

Becoming a sustaining donor

As a recurring donor, you play a vital role in ensuring that we are ready to save lives at a moment's notice.