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From Rafah to Khan Younis, lives in ruins

Five facts about the war in Gaza

News Jul 24, 2024

story Jul 22, 2024

A war on people: The catastrophic toll of violence in Sudan

A tank beside a rickshaw in El Geneina, West Darfur, Sudan.

story Jul 23, 2024

MSF calls on Gilead to make groundbreaking HIV prevention drug affordable for all

MSF staff protest Gilead IAC2024

story Jul 22, 2024

Year in review: How MSF responded to world crises in 2023

Girls walk to school with mountains of Bamyan province, Afghanistan in the background.

story Jul 23, 2024

Who is Tom Brown? Preventing malnutrition in Nigeria

MSF health promoter lets a child taste test Tom Brown, a nutrient-rick porridge, in Nigeria.

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Oct 14, 2023

How we're responding to the war in Gaza

What to know about the humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza and MSF’s medical and humanitarian response.

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Displaced Palestinians flee Rafah, Gaza.

Oct 04, 2023

Sudan crisis response

How MSF is responding to urgent needs inside Sudan and in neighboring countries.

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A mother holds her child at MSF's clinic in Zamzam camp in Sudan.

News | Jul 24, 2024

Five facts about the war in Gaza

As Netanyahu addresses Congress today, the situation for people in Gaza has never been so dire.

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From Rafah to Khan Younis, lives in ruins

Story | Jul 23, 2024

MSF calls on Gilead to make groundbreaking HIV prevention drug affordable for all

Generic lenacapavir could be produced at a price 1,000 times less than Gilead’s price.

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MSF staff protest Gilead IAC2024

Story | Jul 23, 2024

Who is Tom Brown? Preventing malnutrition in Nigeria

Traditional recipes are providing the key to effective malnutrition prevention and treatment.

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MSF health promoter lets a child taste test Tom Brown, a nutrient-rick porridge, in Nigeria.

News | Jul 23, 2024

Severe floods expected to ravage South Sudan over the coming months

Rising water levels and forecasted heavy rainfall could cause flooding on a scale unprecedented in the last century.

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A mother and daughter show in their palms the red bean seeds they are about to plant in the garden plot they are cultivating in Bentiu camp for internally displaced people.

Story | Jul 22, 2024

Year in review: How MSF responded to world crises in 2023

From wars to natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and long-neglected crises, MSF teams responded to a multitude of emergencies in 2023.

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Girls walk to school with mountains of Bamyan province, Afghanistan in the background.

Story | Jul 22, 2024

Sudan’s “war on people” must end now

The warring parties have inflicted horrendous levels of violence on people since April 2023.

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Ruins of a mosque in El Geneina, Sudan.

Story | Jul 22, 2024

A war on people: The catastrophic toll of violence in Sudan

A new MSF report documents shocking violence against civilians in Sudan, including sexual and ethnic violence and attacks on health workers and facilities.

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A tank beside a rickshaw in El Geneina, West Darfur, Sudan.

Story | Jul 19, 2024

A day in the life at the last remaining hospital in southern Gaza

An MSF staff member working in Gaza’s Nasser Hospital describes what teams are facing as horrific attacks continue and medical staff are stretched to the limits.

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Destruction near Khan Younis, where Nasser Hospital is located, earlier this year.

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