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Sudanese women and their unwavering determination to protect their families

World Refugee Day: 117 million people are displaced worldwide

News Jun 21, 2024

Gaza: Critical shortages of medical supplies in MSF-supported facilities

Flooded streets and wreckage in Gaza.

News Jun 21, 2024

Medical supplies arrive in Haiti after three-month disruption

80 tons of medical equipment and supplies arrive by plane in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

story Jun 20, 2024

Four refugee crises happening in 2024

Where the transition has no end

story Jun 20, 2024

In Gaza, “everything is missing, even the idea of a future”

Palestinians line up for food and water in Gaza during the war with Israel in October 2023.

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News | Jun 13, 2024

Rohingya refugees struggle to access testing and treatment amid alarmingly high rates of hepatitis C

MSF calls on other actors to step up and help provide hepatitis C care.

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Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh three years after their exodus

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 | Aug 24, 2022

Timeline: A visual history of the Rohingya refugee crisis

Years after the mass exodus of Rohingya people from Myanmar, their future looks as uncertain as ever.

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A Rohingya refugee family in Bangladesh in 1978.
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