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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

Speaking out about the emergencies our staff and patients witness is part of who we are. Explore our history and principles.

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Story | November 02, 2022

How MSF is responding to the climate emergency

Many of the communities we work with are already bearing the brunt of the effects of climate change and environmental crises.

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Flooding in Unity State

News | July 21, 2022

South Sudan: MSF carries out world's first reactive vaccination campaign against hepatitis E

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Hepatitis E vaccine

Story | May 09, 2019

Why I left my family to go help mothers in South Sudan

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Maternity ward in Doro refugee camp

Story | March 19, 2019

Video: Finding reasons for hope in South Sudan

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Old Fangak Stories

Story | December 18, 2018

South Sudan: "The most challenging thing for patients is the difficulty of accessing maternal health services"

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Twins are held on the bed in the maternity ward of the MSF hospital in Aweil, South Sudan.
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