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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 | Mar 02, 2023

Bangladesh: Cuts to food rations will harm Rohingya refugees

Number of calories per person will now be below the accepted minimum standard of 2,100 calories per day

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MSF Japan GD's Visit to Bangladesh

News | May 05, 2020

Bangladesh: Preparing for COVID-19 in the world’s largest refugee camp

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COVID-19: challenges in Bangladesh and the Rohingya refugee camps

News | Mar 15, 2018

Bangladesh: Rohingya refugees face new dangers as rainy season approaches

The danger of waterborne diseases increases

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MSF's Urumuri health center in Gitega, Burundi.
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