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MSF teams vaccinate people in Lebanon.

Global cholera vaccine stockpile runs empty as 16 countries report outbreaks

story Feb 26, 2024

story Feb 23, 2024

Ukraine, two years since the escalation

A Ukrainian woman looks out the window of a destroyed building.

story Feb 26, 2024

Mapping El Geneina, a flashpoint in the Sudan conflict

Map of El Geneina, capital of Sudan's West Darfur state.

story Feb 23, 2024

Record-breaking measles cases at MSF facilities in Maiduguri, Nigeria

A young measles patient is treated with zinc ointment at the MSF Nilefa Kiji facility in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

News Feb 22, 2024

MSF to UN Security Council: The people of Gaza need an immediate and sustained ceasefire now

MSF secretary general Christopher Lockyear gives an address at the UN Security Council about Gaza.

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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.

News | Jan 16, 2024

Guinea: Resurgence of a long-forgotten disease in West Africa

MSF is responding to the diphtheria outbreak in West Africa—the worst wave of the life-threatening disease ever recorded on the continent.

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Cisse, a health promoter, carries buckets with kits given to every patient who comes to receive treatment for diphtheria from the logistics tent set up on the ground of the Centre de Traitement Epidemiologique in Guinea.

News | Dec 15, 2023

MSF welcomes WHO decision to recognize noma as a neglected tropical disease

Noma is a preventable and treatable disease that should no longer exist. It deserves greater attention.

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A mother and child noma patient treated by MSF in Nigeria

News | Nov 14, 2023

Nigeria: Routine vaccinations are key to curbing diphtheria outbreak

Those who fall severely ill and die from diphtheria are disproportionately unvaccinated.

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An MSF staff member prepares a diptheria vaccine in Nigeria.

News | Oct 18, 2023

MSF statement on NIH director nomination hearing

The nomination of Dr. Monica Bertagnolli to head NIH must only be confirmed if she commits to adopting policies and practices that ensure equitable access to lifesaving medical products.

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Free Hepatitis C medicines provided by Delhi Government.

News | Sep 18, 2023

Nigeria: Worsening diphtheria outbreak requires urgent response

Low country vaccination rates and global shortage of diphtheria treatment is exacerbating the outbreak in Nigeria and regionally.

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Several MSF medics sit on the floor in a circle in Nigeria where they work on the Kano project.

News | Aug 16, 2023

Yemen crisis update: August 2023

The latest on MSF’s response to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

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A child's hand with smiley face sticker holding an adult's hand with embroidered sleeve in Yemen

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 | Jun 13, 2023

Sudan: Renewed fighting in Khartoum forces people to flee to Wad Madani

The rapid increase of displaced people in camps highlights the urgent need for basic medical care and other services.

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Three MSF medical staff discuss patients at a mobile clinic in Wad Madani, Sudan.

News | Jun 12, 2023

Gavi must step up efforts to increase vaccine access for children

All children who have missed some or all routine vaccines must have the opportunity to receive them.

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