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Displaced Palestinians in Gaza flee Rafah with their belongings on a truck.

Doctors Without Borders responds to ICJ order to halt military operations in Rafah

News May 24, 2024

News May 22, 2024

Congress: Act now to address an all-consuming humanitarian catastrophe in Sudan

A displaced woman holding her child in Zalingei city, capital of Central Darfur state, Sudan.

story May 24, 2024

Exodus in DR Congo: Stories from South Kivu

View of Bugeri site for displaced people in the Minova health zone, South Kivu province, in eastern DRC.

News May 24, 2024

Syria: “Hospital closures will be a death sentence to people like me”

MSF medical activities in northwest Syria

News May 21, 2024

Haiti: Closed ports and empty shelves amid unprecedented violence

Destruction caused by clashes between armed groups and police in the Carrefour neighborhood in the suburbs of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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Oct 14, 2023

How MSF is responding to the war in Gaza

What to know about the humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza and how we're addressing the dire needs.

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A Palestinian man carries an injured child to MSF's clinic at Rafah Indonesian Hospital in Gaza.

Story | May 10, 2024

There’s homemade spaghetti sauce in the freezer! Love, Mom

Dr. Africa Stewart explains why she left her family to go help mothers in South Sudan.

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Dr. Africa Stewart holding newborn babies

Story | May 09, 2024

Six challenges mothers face around the world

Here are some of the ways mothers are delivering and raising children in different parts of the world.

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Mother in a blue hijab watches her child eat therapeutic peanut paste in Adré, Chad.

Story | May 07, 2024

Hope through maternal health care in Kajo Keji, South Sudan

Returning home after displacement isn't always easy—particularly for women in need of health care in Kajo Keji, South Sudan.

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A mother smiles holding her baby in Kajo Keji, South Sudan

News | Apr 29, 2024

Gaza: "Silent killings" continue as Rafah invasion looms

Palestinians' physical and mental health continues to deteriorate due to ongoing war, preventable diseases, and a lack of access to medical care.

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A veiled woman waits in a chair at an MSF facility in Gaza.

Story | Apr 16, 2024

Food insecurity plagues Somalia’s displaced

The city of Baidoa is struggling to support a large influx of displaced people as a lack of funding impedes humanitarian response.

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Health care worker measuring arm circumference of a child in Baidoa, Somalia

News | Apr 12, 2024

Sudan’s humanitarian catastrophe must be addressed

The ongoing Sudan humanitarian crisis leaves 25 million in need—learn how the insufficient global response is worsening the situation.

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Sudanese women and children wait for malnutrition care from MSF in Zamzam camp.

Story | Apr 08, 2024

The village protecting mothers and babies in DR Congo

How MSF is working to reduce maternal and child mortality in Walikale territory, North Kivu province.

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Woman standing next to her newborn twins resting on a hospital bed.

Story | Apr 01, 2024

Women of North Kivu: “Peace must return”

Stories of displacement, hardship, and hope from women fleeing violence in DR Congo.

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A young woman in front of her makeshift tent in Kanyaruchinya camp for displaced people in DR Congo.

Story | Apr 01, 2024

Gaza: “Complete devastation of the health care system”

“No hospital in the world ... could cope with the amount of injuries that we're seeing."

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MSF doctor Amber Alayyan at a press conference at the United Nations in New York.
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