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Nutritional crisis in northwest Nigeria

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

News Nov 28, 2023

story Oct 24, 2023

“We dread nightfall”: Voices from Gaza

Wounded and displaced Palestinians in Gaza sit in front of a blue wall

News Nov 27, 2023

Ukraine: MSF teams witness attacks on two hospitals

News Nov 28, 2023

Burkina Faso: Malnutrition surges among children trapped by conflict

Mothers and their children in a women's club session in an IDP camp in Kongoussi, Burkina Faso

publication Nov 21, 2023

The new normal of EU migration policies in the Central Mediterranean

Silhouettes of people rescued by MSF from the Mediterranean Sea

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 | Dec 20, 2022

Forgotten Emergencies 2022: MSF responds

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San Vicente Migration Center

Story | Dec 08, 2022

2022: A year of bearing witness

We bear witness and speak out. Read stories from MSF staff about what this work means to them.

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Mental health activities in Hajjah City

News | Jan 08, 2021

MSF: Partial doses of yellow fever vaccine can help save more lives during outbreaks

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MSF Yellow Fever Vaccination in Kinshasa, DRC

Story | Nov 08, 2016

700K People Vaccinated Against Yellow Fever in DRC

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Story | Aug 16, 2016

MSF Supporting Massive Yellow Fever Vaccination Effort in DRC

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News | May 31, 2016

Yellow Fever in Angola: "Everyone Needs to Remain Vigilant and Responsive to Avoid an Explosion"

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News | May 31, 2016

Hunting Down Mosquitoes to Combat Yellow Fever in Angola and DRC

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News | May 31, 2016

Fighting Yellow Fever in DRC and Angola

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News | Jan 12, 2009

Sierra Leone: MSF Targets Hundreds of Thousands in Mass Vaccinations for Yellow Fever

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News | Dec 17, 2000

Insufficient Supply of Vaccines for Yellow Fever Epidemic in Guinea

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