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Réponse MSF à l'Urgence Choléra 2022

Haiti: MSF calls for urgent scale-up of cholera outbreak response

News Nov 16, 2022

story Nov 22, 2022

Mozambique: MSF condemns the killing of patients in Beira

The corridor. Night clinic in Beira

story Nov 22, 2022

Somalia: "We haven't had enough time between one disaster and another."

Bay Regional Hospital, Baidoa, Somalia

News Nov 17, 2022

Lebanon: MSF vaccinates people against cholera as disease continues to spread

Cholera vaccination campaign in Lebanon

story Nov 21, 2022

Kiribati: MSF launches new project where climate change and public health collide

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Story | December 28, 2021

2021: The year in photos

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Woman with her child speaking to a medic.

News | April 12, 2021

Nigeria: Vaccinations needed to curb measles epidemic in Borno state

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Patient laying in bed in a Zabarmari clinic

Story | March 30, 2020

West Africa: Preparing for coronavirus while protecting the most vulnerable

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MSF activities in Titao - February 2020

Story | May 22, 2019

Nigeria: Children are still dying from measles in Borno State

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Measles outbreak in Maiduguri

News | July 20, 2016

Nigeria: Massive Aid Effort Needed for Borno State

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Story | October 22, 2015

MSF's A Month in Focus: October 2015

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News | August 12, 2013

Responding to a Measles Outbreak in Nigeria

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News | June 17, 2010

Measles: Summary of Current and Recent MSF Projects as of June 2010

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