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Destruction near Khan Younis, where Nasser Hospital is located, earlier this year.

A day in the life at the last remaining hospital in southern Gaza

story Jul 19, 2024

story Jul 10, 2024

Sudan: Violence forces MSF to evacuate team from Turkish Hospital in Khartoum

The Turkish Hospital in Sudan

story Jul 18, 2024

How climate change affects the lives of displaced mothers in South Sudan

Fencing a farm

story Jul 18, 2024

Gaza: Maternal and child health suffer under a decimated system

An MSF staff member in Gaza holds up a newborn baby at Nasser Hospital.

story Jul 16, 2024

Treating malnutrition in Afghanistan

Paediatric Care in Herat_28

Speaking out about the emergencies our staff and patients witness is part of who we are. Explore our history and principles.

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Story | Jul 01, 2024

Why measles remains a mass killer in DR Congo

MSF is responding to a new measles outbreak in DR Congo, where ensuring complete vaccination in remote equatorial forests is a formidable logistical challenge.

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A child is vaccinated for measles in Democratic Republic in Congo.

Story | Mar 20, 2024

How to make sure we’re ready for the next pandemic

As leaders meet this week to negotiate the global “pandemic accord," the US must do more to ensure we are prepared for future public health emergencies.

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An MSF staff member holds a mirror in front of a person dressed in PPE in Belgium.

News | Feb 09, 2024

MSF study: Ebola vaccine cuts mortality figures in half for people infected with the virus

New findings show vaccination reduces not only the risk of infection, but also the risk of death.

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A nurse prepares an Ebola vaccine in Bikoro during the 2018-2020 Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Story | Dec 21, 2023

Voices from a forgotten crisis in DR Congo

The crisis in Democratic Republic of Congo deepened in 2023 as displacement broke records. Here are the stories of people affected.

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A displaced family in front of their tent in Democratic Republic of Congo

Research | Nov 15, 2023

Five things to know about antimicrobial resistance

Resistance to antibiotics has become a global health crisis, complicating the treatment of bacterial infections and endangering lives around the world.

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A person holds a phone with the Antibiogo application open and displays a close-up of an antibiogram.

Story | Jul 12, 2023

Preventing measles is a marathon, not a sprint

Measles is a highly contagious disease that can easily spiral out of control without routine vaccinations.

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An MSF aid worker vaccinates a child for measles as part of an immunization campaign in Bondo, bas-Uélé, DR Congo

Story | Aug 25, 2022

Access (or not) to vaccines for monkeypox in Africa: a sense of déjà vu?

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Monkey pox in Mbaiki

Story | May 23, 2022

MSF is responding to unprecedented surge of measles cases

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Child getting a measles vaccination in Timbuktu

Alert Newsletter | May 21, 2021

Spring 2021: Vaccines work

Preventing the spread of deadly disease.

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Emergency measles campaign in Goma

News | Jan 12, 2021

MSF: Creation of global Ebola vaccine stockpile is a positive step forward

Efforts toward progress must continue

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A nurse prepares an Ebola vaccine in Bikoro during the 2018-2020 Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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