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Gate of Sayid al Shuhada hospital in El Fasher, Sudan.

Sudan: Intense fighting is forcing hospitals to close in El Fasher

story Jun 13, 2024

News Jun 11, 2024

Latest massacres in Gaza's Middle Area illustrate complete disregard for Palestinian lives

Palestinians walk through smoke in the streets of Gaza.

News Jun 13, 2024

Rohingya refugees struggle to access testing and treatment amid alarmingly high rates of hepatitis C

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh three years after their exodus

story Jun 14, 2024

“I could not bring her back”: A poem from aboard the Geo Barents

A handwritten poem from aboard the Geo Barents.

story Jun 14, 2024

A race against time to treat victims of sexual violence in Costa Rica

An MSF worker talks with migrants who have exited the Darien Gap in Costa Rica

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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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A Palestinian girl stands on the balcony of a destroyed building in Gaza.

Story | Jun 13, 2024

Sudan: Intense fighting is forcing hospitals to close in El Fasher

Fierce clashes have ravaged North Darfur, pushing people to camps already contending with malnutrition

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Gate of Sayid al Shuhada hospital in El Fasher, Sudan.

Story | Jun 07, 2024

A lesson in climate solidarity from the flooded marshlands of Old Fangak

MSF teams are witnessing firsthand how climate change is already impacting people’s health around the world

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A flooded schoolhouse in the village of Wongmok near Old Fangak, South Sudan.

Story | Jun 07, 2024

The most dangerous place in the world to be a child

The impact of war on Gaza's children

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Palestinian children play in the rubble in Gaza.

Alert Newsletter | Jun 07, 2024

Alert Summer 2024: Connecting Threads

Displacement, conflict, and the human stories that link us

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A Palestinian child fetches water from a distribution point in Rafah, Gaza.

Story | Jun 05, 2024

Refugees, migrants, asylum seekers, and IDPs: What’s the difference?

Whether due to war, political persecution, natural disasters, or poverty, millions of people are on the move across the world.

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A child stands next to a caregiver on the deck of a search and rescue ship.

News | Jun 04, 2024

Alarming surge of severe malnutrition in northern Nigeria

Humanitarian assistance must be urgently scaled up as the malnutrition crisis unfolds.

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The legs of a malnourished child on a hospital bed in Nigeria.

Story | Jun 03, 2024

Malnutrition deals a double blow to people with HIV and TB in South Sudan

In Leer County, rising food insecurity poses a threat to people with HIV and/or TB, making treatment more painful and impacting adherence.

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An HIV/TB patient holds medication in South Sudan.

News | May 22, 2024

Congress: Act now to address an all-consuming humanitarian catastrophe in Sudan

MSF USA executive director Avril Benoît urges the United States Congress to take action to address spiraling needs in Sudan.

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A displaced woman holding her child in Zalingei city, capital of Central Darfur state, Sudan.

Story | May 10, 2024

There’s homemade spaghetti sauce in the freezer! Love, Mom

Dr. Africa Stewart explains why she left her family to go help mothers in South Sudan.

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Dr. Africa Stewart holding newborn babies

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