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Ceasefire now

The US must call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

News Dec 04, 2023

story Dec 07, 2023

2023: The year in photos

A woman holding a baby in a makeshift camp near Goma, DRC

story Dec 05, 2023

Water scarcity presents health risks to Sudanese refugees in Chad

A woman holding jerry cans of water at a water distribution point in eastern Chad.

story Dec 01, 2023

MSF convoy attack in Gaza: All elements point to Israeli army responsibility

Destroyed vehicles in MSF convoy attack in Gaza

story Dec 07, 2023

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

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

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Story | Dec 18, 2020

Witnessing 2020: The year in photos

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MSF COVID-19 Response in Lebanon

Story | Aug 21, 2020

Self-portraits: MSF nurses and midwives share their stories

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Story | Jun 05, 2020

Escalating conflict is fueling a humanitarian crisis in eastern Burkina Faso

The COVID-19 pandemic must not overshadow other urgent health needs

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Families displaced by violence live in makeshift shelters in Fada, eastern Burkina Faso.

News | Apr 22, 2020

COVID-19 crisis update: Racing to respond to the pandemic in over 70 countries

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COVID-19 Intervention in South Sudan

News | Apr 22, 2020

Coronavirus pandemic deepens humanitarian crisis in Burkina Faso

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Health posts in Djibo

Story | Mar 30, 2020

West Africa: Preparing for coronavirus while protecting the most vulnerable

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MSF activities in Titao - February 2020
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