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An MSF staff member treats a patient at Rafah Indonesian Field Hospital in Gaza

In Gaza, staff are risking their lives to provide care

story Feb 27, 2024

story Feb 27, 2024

Healing hands: A Sudanese doctor's account

Dr. Mohammad Bashir holds an MSF flag with others in Sudan.

story Feb 26, 2024

Global cholera vaccine stockpile runs empty as 16 countries report outbreaks

MSF teams vaccinate people in Lebanon.

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

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Story | Feb 16, 2024

Rohingyatographer: Sharing the Rohingya story in photos

MSF collaborated with a collective of Rohingya photographers to produce this collection of photos documenting daily life in the world’s largest refugee camp.

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Ayesha, 12, poses with tanaka, a traditional cosmetic, on her face in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

Story | Feb 05, 2024

Lost at Sea: A short animated film on Rohingya journeys  

The Rohingya are living without rights in Myanmar, without hope in Bangladesh, and at risk of arrest in Malaysia.

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A young Rohingya refugee points to a picture she drew of an MSF doctor in a clinic.

Story | Jan 17, 2024

Out of fear: Rohingya youth trapped in violence and despair

Watch the new documentary on what Rohingya youth are facing.

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Profile of a young Rohingya woman in a green headscarf in Bangladesh.

Story | Oct 05, 2023

How climate change impacts health—and what we need to do about it

We need to respond to the climate crisis together, in solidarity with all, for the health of all.

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An MSF staff member wearing a white vest stands in the middle of floodwater surrounded by palm trees in Venezuela.

Story | Sep 01, 2023

Former lives, in fragments

In the camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees find remnants of home in the few possessions they carry with them.

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An older woman holds up two photographs of her family members.

Story | Aug 25, 2023

Six years displaced: How Rohingya refugees preserve their culture

A mural of a Rohingya folktale helps refugee children in Cox's Bazar stay connected to their identity.

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A 3D mural made of many shades of green featuring a banyan tree in the center, a bird, and a woman.

Story | Jul 27, 2023

Cyclone Mocha: New restrictions hamper critical aid for Rohingya

MSF calls on military authorities in Myanmar to lift restrictions that impede urgent humanitarian action preventing further harm, disease outbreaks, and loss of life.

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MSF clinic at Kein Nyin Pyin camp Pauktaw, Rakhine State, Myanmar on 22nd June, over one month after Cyclone Mocha

Story | Aug 24, 2022

Rohingya stories: We were treated as pariahs

Five years after a forced exodus from Myanmar, Rohingya refugees share hopes and fears.

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Patient Portraits

Story | Aug 24, 2022

Rohingya stories: Still living in temporary shelters

Five years after a forced exodus from Myanmar, Rohingya refugees share hopes and fears.

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Story | Aug 24, 2022

Rohingya stories: I worry about my children

Five years after a forced exodus from Myanmar, Rohingya refugees share hopes and fears.

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A Rohingya refugee family inside their shelter.

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