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 Medical-humanitarian assistance to migrants in Trojes

Honduras: Voices from the border

story Dec 06, 2022

News Dec 05, 2022

Nigeria: Health and malnutrition crisis continues to unfold in northwest

NIGERIA NW Malnutrition Kebbi

story Dec 02, 2022

Ukraine: The toll of war on the elderly and people with disabilities

Anna Ivanivna Nefedova receiving a primary health care consultation.

story Dec 01, 2022

DRC: The successes and enduring challenges of providing HIV/AIDS care

HIV MEDICATIONS

News Nov 16, 2022

Haiti: MSF calls for urgent scale-up of cholera outbreak response

Réponse MSF à l'Urgence Choléra 2022

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Story | December 18, 2020

Witnessing 2020: The year in photos

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MSF COVID-19 Response in Lebanon

Story | December 10, 2020

Forgotten emergencies of 2020

Responding to other crises amid the pandemic

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Assistance to migrant population and asylum seekers in Mexico

Story | February 07, 2019

Bangladesh: One million consultations in the world’s largest refugee settlement

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Rohingya Exodus - 6 months

Story | December 13, 2018

Preventing and containing outbreaks

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MSF nurse Persa Dimitsaki vaccinates a child during an emergency measles vaccination campaign in Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesvos

Story | August 23, 2018

One year after their forced exodus from Myanmar, Rohingya refugees remain trapped in dire conditions

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Waiting for monsoon season in Cox´s Bazar
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