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A Ukrainian woman looks out the window of a destroyed building.

Ukraine, two years since the escalation

story Feb 23, 2024

story Feb 23, 2024

Record-breaking measles cases at MSF facilities in Maiduguri, Nigeria

A young measles patient is treated with zinc ointment at the MSF Nilefa Kiji facility in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

News Feb 22, 2024

MSF to UN Security Council: The people of Gaza need an immediate and sustained ceasefire now

MSF secretary general Christopher Lockyear gives an address at the UN Security Council about Gaza.

story Feb 21, 2024

In Chad, refugees from Sudan cope with limited aid

MSF staff triage patients at Daguessa refugee camp in Chad.

News Feb 21, 2024

Gaza: Israeli forces attack MSF shelter in Al-Mawasi

Damaged interior of MSF's shelter in Al-Mawasi in Khan Younis, Gaza, after an Israeli attack.

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News | Jan 30, 2023

MSF calls for more global investment in treating neglected tropical diseases

Neglected tropical diseases affect over one billion people and kill hundreds of thousands each year, despite little global attention.

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News | Jan 27, 2021

MSF calls for improved global response to neglected tropical diseases

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Snakebites in Paoua

News | Jul 10, 2019

Timeline: MSF Access Campaign

20 years of advocacy in action

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News | May 23, 2019

Global strategy on snakebite could help tackle deadly threat

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Snakebites in Paoua
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