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 Medical-humanitarian assistance to migrants in Trojes

Honduras: Voices from the border

story Dec 06, 2022

story Dec 08, 2022

Five reasons why acute child malnutrition is surging in Yemen

Treating Malnutrition in Khamer Al Salam hospital, Yemen

story Dec 09, 2022

Somalia: Restoring sight and improving vision for thousands of people

A school girl waits for eye screening in Hudur, Bakool region.

News Dec 05, 2022

Nigeria: Health and malnutrition crisis continues to unfold in northwest

NIGERIA NW Malnutrition Kebbi

story Dec 02, 2022

Ukraine: The toll of war on the elderly and people with disabilities

Anna Ivanivna Nefedova receiving a primary health care consultation.

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Story | May 11, 2021

Yemen: Lack of access to prenatal care leads to preventable complications

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Nurse in northwestern Yemen holding a sick infant in her arms

Story | June 18, 2019

Yemen: Life under airstrikes

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Medical activities in Haydan hospital, Saada governorate, Yemen

News | April 24, 2019

Yemen: Women and children die as war limits access to medical care

Pregnant women, newborns, and children are increasingly reaching medical facilities too late

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MSF Mother and Child Hospital - Taiz

Story | April 17, 2019

War in Yemen is fueling wider humanitarian crisis

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MSF Mocha surgical hospital

Story | March 29, 2019

Saving women's lives: progress against maternal mortality

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A panel discussion held by MSF on maternal mortality.
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