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The Turkish Hospital in Sudan

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

story Jul 10, 2024

story Jul 15, 2024

Voice notes from Gaza: “Horrific” mass casualty event at Nasser Hospital

Destruction at Nasser Hospital in southern Gaza in March 2024.

story Jul 16, 2024

How sex workers are taking charge of their health in Malawi

A woman standing in the doorway of her brick home in Malawi.

story Jul 16, 2024

Treating malnutrition in Afghanistan

Paediatric Care in Herat_28

story Jun 27, 2024

Displaced in South Lebanon: Stories of people uprooted by escalating conflict

A displaced woman in South Lebanon holding a cat.

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Story | May 14, 2019

Mozambique: The recovery from Cyclone Idai continues, but health needs remain

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Distribution of NFI in remote areas

Story | Apr 18, 2019

After the cyclone, preparing for future threats in Mozambique

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Mozambique

Story | Apr 15, 2019

From emergency to recovery: Mozambique one month after Cyclone Idai

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MSF response in Buzi - April 2019

News | Mar 29, 2019

Cyclone Idai, Zimbabwe: The first six days

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Zimbabwe

News | Mar 29, 2019

Malawi: MSF logistician draws on 20 years of experience in emergency flood response

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MSF emergency coordinator Said Ayub distributes non-food items including buckets and soap to people affected by the flooding in Makhanga district.
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