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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

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.

story Dec 01, 2022

DRC: The successes and enduring challenges of providing HIV/AIDS care

HIV MEDICATIONS

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Story | July 21, 2022

The migration double standard

International solidarity and support for Ukrainian refugees show humane migration policy is possible. So why are people fleeing other countries treated differently?

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News | August 25, 2021

MSF urges Biden administration to renew efforts to end Migrant Protection Protocols

"Remain in Mexico" policy forced vulnerable people back into danger

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Increasing activities in Matamoros-covid19

Story | March 09, 2021

Mexico: Providing much-needed mental health care to migrants in Matamoros

“We have talked with women who no longer want to live”

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Increasing activities in Matamoros-covid19

Story | November 18, 2020

Mexico: Asylum seekers face daily threats to their health and safety

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