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Protesters hold signs in front of Wall Street as part of MSF's access campaign for TB drug bedaquiline

MSF welcomes J&J's decision to not enforce unnecessary patents on key TB drug

News Sep 30, 2023

News Sep 29, 2023

Lawmakers must reauthorize PEPFAR for the next five years

MSF Dr. Dilorom Babakhodjaeva provides consultations for people with HIV, hepatitis C, and syphilis in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

story Sep 27, 2023

Safe abortion care is health care

Illustration of a woman in yellow T shirt thinking with question marks around her for International Safe Abortion Day

story Sep 29, 2023

Six days adrift: A perilous Mediterranean crossing

An aerial view of a small MSF rescue boat in the middle of the  Mediterranean sea.

story Sep 28, 2023

Sudan: “I can’t find the right words to describe the conditions people are living in”

A mother and her child stand in front of other parents by a tin-roof building that serves as a medical clinic.

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Story | Sep 22, 2023

e-CARE: An app to fill in the gaps in pediatric care

The app serves as a virtual medical assistant, using an algorithm to aid diagnosis and treatment for children under five in the Central African Republic.

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An MSF staff member at the Kidjigra center holds a tablet with the e-CARE application for pediatric consultations in Bambari, Central African Republic.

Story | Sep 06, 2023

Five takeaways from MSF’s study on unsafe abortions

A study of two hospitals in conflict-affected settings finds patients at significantly higher risk of developing severe complications resulting from unsafe abortions.

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Illustration of a pregnant woman lying down on a red backdrop

News | Sep 01, 2023

Attacks against staff and patients in Central African Republic

MSF suspends support to some health centers amid violence

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An MSF staff member tests a young child for malaria in Batangafo, Central African Republic.

Story | Aug 30, 2023

Why health care is all but impossible to access in CAR

A new mini documentary exposes the forgotten health crisis in the country with the lowest life expectancy in the world: Central African Republic.

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Beds without mattresses inside the Bakouma secondary hospital, Mbomou prefecture in Central African Republic

Story | Aug 28, 2023

A forgotten health emergency in Central African Republic

In the shadow of conflict, the Central African Republic is grappling with a decades-long health crisis.

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Dr. Sabio sits in white lab coat in front of the brick wall of MSF-supported Bakouma secondary hospital in Central African Republic.

Story | Aug 07, 2023

Sudan crisis update

How MSF is responding to urgent needs inside Sudan and in neighboring countries impacted by the ongoing violence.

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MSF aid worker in white vest with logo carries donations of supplies to vehicles in Chad

News | Jul 25, 2023

Thousands vaccinated upon arrival in CAR after fleeing Sudan

The vaccinations boost health protection for the local community and Sudanese refugees in the Central African Republic.

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Line of Sudanese refugees outside waiting for MSF vaccines in Central African Republic

News | Apr 25, 2023

Gavi must ensure routine vaccinations for all children under five

A growing number of unvaccinated children in crisis-hit countries remain unprotected against deadly diseases.

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Vaccination in Mingala

Story | Apr 03, 2023

Central African Republic: Ten years of civil war

"The Events," an MSF production about the toll of violence on families

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CAR, 10 years of violence/portfolio

Story | Jan 26, 2023

Central African Republic: “To be born or to give birth is to take a risk”

Decades of instability have contributed to a dearth of essential medical care for many pregnant women and newborn babies in Central African Republic.

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