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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 27, 2024

Healing hands: A Sudanese doctor's account

“I am constantly haunted by the question of how to fulfill this duty in the absence of sufficient resources and personnel.”

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

Story | Jan 30, 2024

Maha gave birth in a public bathroom. Her story is not unique in Gaza.

An estimated 52,000 women in Gaza are facing the harsh realities of pregnancy amid a devastating war.

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A Palestinian woman seen through the folds of a makeshift tent in the Rafah area, southern Gaza.

Story | Jan 23, 2024

Stories of safe abortion care in Mozambique

Women share their diverse experiences with safe abortion care in the nation with one of the most liberal abortion laws in Africa.

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MSF midwives talk with one another at Chingussura health center in Beira, Mozambique.

Story | Jan 17, 2024

What it's like to be pregnant in Gaza right now

"Without this war, she would not have lost her son."

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Patients wait for care inside the Al-Shaboura clinic in Rafah, Gaza.

News | Jan 12, 2024

Evacuation orders and heavy bombing leave few health care options in Gaza

100 days into the conflict, there are virtually no safe spaces left to provide lifesaving medical services to civilians.

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Palestinians crowded into the streets of Rafah in southern Gaza.

Story | Dec 20, 2023

Bringing care to Afghan children in Balkh province

MSF’s new project aims to fill critical gaps in pediatric and neonatal care in Afghanistan’s northern provinces.

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A small child is checked by an MSF staff member with her mother standing beside her in Afghanistan.

Story | Dec 20, 2023

A young mother’s unwavering vigil in Afghanistan

A pediatrician's account from Mazar-i-Sharif Regional Hospital in Balkh province, Afghanistan.

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An Afghan mother in a burqa holding her child at Mazar-i-Sharif Regional Hospital in Afghanistan.

Story | Dec 07, 2023

Moments of hope

Despite the emergencies of 2023, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams also witnessed moments of hope from our projects around the world

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A woman, outside of a building, speaking to a pharmacist through a window. They are both smiling at each other.

Story | Dec 07, 2023

2023: The year in photos

Bearing witness at our medical projects around the world

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A woman holding a baby in a makeshift camp near Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo

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.
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