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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 | 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 | Dec 01, 2023

Breaking the stigma around HIV/AIDS in San Pedro Sula

In Honduras, an MSF clinic provides sex workers and members of the LGBTQI+ community a safe space to seek care without discrimination.

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An MSF staff member at the clinic in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, stands before a whiteboard.

News | Oct 06, 2023

Honduras: Humanitarian response is inadequate to help record numbers of migrants

MSF is treating a growing number of people in Danlí, but more help is urgently needed.

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A group of migrants standing on a line under an MSF tent in Danlí, Honduras.

Story | Sep 11, 2023

Migrants on the move: In search of safety in the Americas

Violence, hunger, and deep moments of anguish along Central American migration routes.

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A large group of people are walking along a fence holding children and belongings.

Story | Aug 25, 2023

Fighting dengue with mosquitoes

Buzzing innovation to protect people from deadly disease

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A gloved lab technician is holding a covered jar full of mosquitos, obscuring their face.

Story | Aug 24, 2023

Why MSF is releasing mosquitoes in Honduras to prevent dengue

MSF is developing a project that radically changes the way we deal with dengue and other arboviruses spread by mosquitoes.

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A man and boy look at a jar of mosquitoes to release as part of an MSF project to prevent dengue in Honduras

Story | Jun 26, 2023

Healing survivors of torture along Mexico’s migration route

“I was in the deepest, darkest place, but I made it out."

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El cuerpo tiene memoria

Story | Jun 20, 2023

Little Birds: Messages from migrant children at the Mexican border

From a shelter in northern Mexico, seven children share their hopes and dreams for the future

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drawing by migrant child in mexico

News | Mar 24, 2023

Biden administration must withdraw proposed asylum rule

The sweeping rule would disqualify most asylum seekers who pass through another country en route to the US southern border.

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MSF supports shelters in Mexico City

News | Mar 10, 2023

Honduras: MSF applauds end of 14-year ban on emergency contraceptive pill

For many years, Honduras was the only country in Latin America with a blanket ban on the "morning after pill."

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Nadia in a consultation at San Pedro Sula clinic

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