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Smoke over Gaza after Israeli airstrikes on October 9.

Gaza: MSF doctors killed in strike on Al Awda Hospital

News Nov 21, 2023

News Nov 27, 2023

Ukraine: MSF teams witness attacks on two hospitals

publication Nov 21, 2023

The new normal of EU migration policies in the Central Mediterranean

Silhouettes of people rescued by MSF from the Mediterranean Sea

story Nov 21, 2023

Darién Gap: “We crossed the jungle looking for a better future—not for our lives to end.”

People migrating north walk across a river in the Darién Gap between Colombia and Panama.

News Nov 19, 2023

Gaza: MSF treats patients for severe burns following airstrike

MSF medical staff apply a dressing to a young child at the MSF Burns Clinic in central Gaza after he suffered from severe burns in an airstrike. Gaza, 19 October 2023.

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News | Nov 07, 2023

Sudan: Intense fighting in Darfur forces thousands to flee to Chad

“We have seen mothers and children who had to leave Sudan with nothing, as their homes were being destroyed.”

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First patient admitted as the influx of refugees from Sudan increased after intensified fighting in El Geneina

News | Oct 04, 2023

Sudan crisis response

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

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MSF aid worker in white vest with logo carries donations of supplies to vehicles in Chad

Story | Aug 01, 2023

"They gave us two options: leave for Chad or be killed"

Stories from wounded people fleeing violence in Sudan's Darfur region

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Woman's hands holding bullet extracted from her neck after fleeing Sudan to Chad

Story | Jul 12, 2023

Preventing measles is a marathon, not a sprint

Measles is a highly contagious disease that can easily spiral out of control without routine vaccinations.

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An MSF aid worker vaccinates a child for measles as part of an immunization campaign in Bondo, bas-Uélé, DR Congo

Story | Jun 06, 2023

An MSF logistician's journey from Sudan to Chad

Moussa Ibrahim reports back after crossing the border into Adré, Chad to assess potential logistical support for West Darfur.

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News | Jan 08, 2021

MSF: Partial doses of yellow fever vaccine can help save more lives during outbreaks

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MSF Yellow Fever Vaccination in Kinshasa, DRC
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