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An MSF staff member treats a patient at Rafah Indonesian Field Hospital in Gaza

In Gaza, staff are risking their lives to provide care

story Feb 27, 2024

story Mar 01, 2024

Small voices: The youngest victims of conflict in Ituri, DR Congo

A mother and child sit on a hospital bed at Salama Hospital in Bunia, DR Congo.

story Feb 28, 2024

17 days in captivity along the US-Mexico border

A migrant woman's hands folded on her lap

News Feb 29, 2024

Gaza: MSF statement on deadly incident that killed over 100 Palestinians seeking aid

Wreckage after Israeli airstrikes in Gaza in October 2023.

story Feb 27, 2024

Healing hands: A Sudanese doctor's account

Dr. Mohammad Bashir holds an MSF flag with others in Sudan.

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Story | Feb 26, 2024

Global cholera vaccine stockpile runs empty as 16 countries report outbreaks

More vaccine manufacturers—existing and new—must urgently help boost the global supply.

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MSF teams vaccinate people in Lebanon.

Story | Feb 23, 2024

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

MSF teams in northeastern Nigeria are tackling measles cases, particularly among children, amid compounding crises in the region.

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

News | Feb 09, 2024

MSF study: Ebola vaccine cuts mortality figures in half for people infected with the virus

New findings show vaccination reduces not only the risk of infection, but also the risk of death.

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A nurse prepares an Ebola vaccine in Bikoro during the 2018-2020 Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Story | Jan 29, 2024

MSF responds to deadly Hepatitis E outbreak in South Sudan

The campaign aims to reach people in remote areas, particularly women and girls of reproductive age, who are most at risk.

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MSF staff load boxes containing hepatitis E vaccines into an MSF plane at Juba International Airport.

News | Jan 16, 2024

Guinea: Resurgence of a long-forgotten disease in West Africa

MSF is responding to the diphtheria outbreak in West Africa—the worst wave of the life-threatening disease ever recorded on the continent.

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Cisse, a health promoter, carries buckets with kits given to every patient who comes to receive treatment for diphtheria from the logistics tent set up on the ground of the Centre de Traitement Epidemiologique in Guinea.

Story | Dec 21, 2023

Voices from a forgotten crisis in DR Congo

The crisis in Democratic Republic of Congo deepened in 2023 as displacement broke records. Here are the stories of people affected.

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A displaced family in front of their tent in Democratic Republic of Congo

News | Dec 15, 2023

MSF welcomes WHO decision to recognize noma as a neglected tropical disease

Noma is a preventable and treatable disease that should no longer exist. It deserves greater attention.

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A mother and child noma patient treated by MSF in Nigeria

Story | Nov 28, 2023

In photos: The health effects of climate change in Old Fangak

In communities in and around Old Fangak, South Sudan, MSF is witnessing the effects of climate change and treating people who are falling ill because of it.

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Aerial shot of Old Fangak, which has been significantly impacted by climate change.

Research | Nov 15, 2023

Five things to know about antimicrobial resistance

Resistance to antibiotics has become a global health crisis, complicating the treatment of bacterial infections and endangering lives around the world.

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A person holds a phone with the Antibiogo application open and displays a close-up of an antibiogram.

News | Nov 14, 2023

Nigeria: Routine vaccinations are key to curbing diphtheria outbreak

Those who fall severely ill and die from diphtheria are disproportionately unvaccinated.

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An MSF staff member prepares a diptheria vaccine in Nigeria.

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