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A Ukrainian woman looks out the window of a destroyed building.

Ukraine, two years since the escalation

story Feb 23, 2024

story Feb 23, 2024

Record-breaking measles cases at MSF facilities in Maiduguri, Nigeria

A young measles patient is treated with zinc ointment at the MSF Nilefa Kiji facility in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

News Feb 22, 2024

MSF to UN Security Council: The people of Gaza need an immediate and sustained ceasefire now

MSF secretary general Christopher Lockyear gives an address at the UN Security Council about Gaza.

story Feb 21, 2024

In Chad, refugees from Sudan cope with limited aid

MSF staff triage patients at Daguessa refugee camp in Chad.

News Feb 21, 2024

Gaza: Israeli forces attack MSF shelter in Al-Mawasi

Damaged interior of MSF's shelter in Al-Mawasi in Khan Younis, Gaza, after an Israeli attack.

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News | Sep 20, 2023

UN pandemic preparedness declaration doesn't do enough

Leaders have a responsibility to ensure health emergency responses take affected people’s needs into consideration.

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An MSF staff member in white vest and latex gloves prepares a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a nursing home in Lebanon.

News | Aug 31, 2023

South Sudan: Thousands arrive from Sudan in alarming health

An alarming rise in measles and malnutrition cases among Sudanese refugees requires urgent humanitarian response.

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Men carrying their belongings on their heads arrive in South Sudan after fleeing violence in Sudan.

News | Aug 16, 2023

Yemen crisis update: August 2023

The latest on MSF’s response to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

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A child's hand with smiley face sticker holding an adult's hand with embroidered sleeve in Yemen

News | Jul 25, 2023

Thousands vaccinated upon arrival in CAR after fleeing Sudan

The vaccinations boost health protection for the local community and Sudanese refugees in the Central African Republic.

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Line of Sudanese refugees outside waiting for MSF vaccines in Central African Republic

News | Jun 12, 2023

Gavi must step up efforts to increase vaccine access for children

All children who have missed some or all routine vaccines must have the opportunity to receive them.

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Hepatitis E vaccine

News | Jun 02, 2023

Chad: MSF treats war-wounded people fleeing conflict in Sudan

At a hospital in Adré, most of the injuries MSF teams are treating are gunshot wounds inflicted in clashes and attacks in Masterei, a Sudanese border town.

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Sudanese war wounded in Adre

News | Apr 25, 2023

Gavi must ensure routine vaccinations for all children under five

A growing number of unvaccinated children in crisis-hit countries remain unprotected against deadly diseases.

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Vaccination in Mingala

News | Mar 08, 2023

Yemen: Medical needs overwhelm Abs hospital

Authorities, donors, and humanitarian organizations must increase support for health services across region

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MSF support to Abs Hospital

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 | Oct 24, 2022

Increased aid and vaccinations needed for refugees in Kenya's Dadaab camp

MSF calls for measles and cholera vaccinations to prevent a wider emergency.

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MSF hospital in Dagahaley, Dadaab regugee complex
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