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An MSF staff member treats a patient at Rafah Indonesian Field Hospital in Gaza

In Gaza, staff are risking their lives to provide care

story Feb 27, 2024

story Mar 01, 2024

Small voices: The youngest victims of conflict in Ituri, DR Congo

A mother and child sit on a hospital bed at Salama Hospital in Bunia, DR Congo.

story Mar 04, 2024

Left to Drown: Distress calls unanswered in the Mediterranean

Comic illustration of a boat carrying people in the Mediterranean Sea.

story Feb 28, 2024

17 days in captivity along the US-Mexico border

A migrant woman's hands folded on her lap

story Mar 04, 2024

MSF UK board member killed during Israeli offensive in Khan Younis

Wreckage from Israeli airstrikes in Gaza in 2023.

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Story | Feb 28, 2024

Tapping into solar energy to power emergency response

MSF logisticians are testing ways to supply energy for medical activities in places with unreliable electricity.

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An MSF team member adjusts equipment for a mobile solar energy in Ourang refugee camp, eastern Chad

Story | Jan 30, 2024

Mozambique: Tackling neglected tropical diseases by improving water and sanitation

MSF partners with communities to build sustainable water solutions.

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The MSF team checks one of the safeguarded wells equipped with hand pump systems built by MSF to facilitate access to water for communities.

Story | Dec 13, 2023

Closing out one year of MSF flood response in Pakistan

After responding to devastating floods in Dadu, Pakistan, MSF hands over medical activities to local health providers.

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An MSF staff member treats a child carried by their mother in Pakistan after the floods.

News | Dec 11, 2023

COP28: Communities hit hardest by climate change are responding with solidarity. So should we.

MSF-USA executive director Avril Benoît on the commitments COP28 leaders must make to respond to the climate emergency.

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Reflection of two people on the surface of water in South Sudan

Story | Dec 07, 2023

In Libya, fears of rain, clouds, and climate change

MSF’s mental health patients in flood-struck Derna are “haunted by the fear that the floods could happen again."

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A damaged bridge with water flowing through in Derna, where MSF is providing mental health care.

Story | Dec 07, 2023

2023: The year in photos

Bearing witness at our medical projects around the world

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A woman holding a baby in a makeshift camp near Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo

Story | Nov 29, 2023

MSF responds after Category 5 Hurricane Otis hits Acapulco

“That hurricane came with undisguised and sick intentions.”

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2.Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) responds to the emergency following Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, Mexico

Story | Nov 28, 2023

In photos: The health effects of climate change in Old Fangak

In communities in and around Old Fangak, South Sudan, MSF is witnessing the effects of climate change and treating people who are falling ill because of it.

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Aerial shot of Old Fangak, which has been significantly impacted by climate change.

News | Nov 28, 2023

COP28: Leaders must take action on health impacts of climate change

“The world’s most vulnerable people are paying with their health and their lives for a problem they did not create.”

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Farmers cultivate their land near the village of Riko in Katsina State amid a drought.

Story | Nov 10, 2023

40 years of adversity and hope in South Sudan

Marking four decades of MSF’s medical humanitarian response in the region now known as South Sudan.

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Silhouette of a mother holding a child in the door frame of an MSF hospital in South Sudan.
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