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MSF secretary general Christopher Lockyear gives an address at the UN Security Council about Gaza.

MSF to UN Security Council: The people of Gaza need an immediate and sustained ceasefire now

News Feb 22, 2024

story Feb 21, 2024

In Chad, refugees from Sudan cope with limited aid

Children are examined, measured, and weighed inside the MSF clinic in Dogdore camp.

News Feb 21, 2024

Gaza: Israeli forces attack MSF shelter in Al-Mawasi

Damaged interior of MSF's shelter in Al-Mawasi in Khan Younis, Gaza, after an Israeli attack.

News Feb 20, 2024

United States continues to block Gaza ceasefire efforts at UN Security Council

Destroyed buildings in Gaza, Palestine on December 12, 2023.

News Feb 14, 2024

Ukraine: MSF condemns shelling of two hospitals by Russian military

Damage from shelling to a health facility in Ukraine.

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News | Oct 18, 2023

MSF statement on NIH director nomination hearing

The nomination of Dr. Monica Bertagnolli to head NIH must only be confirmed if she commits to adopting policies and practices that ensure equitable access to lifesaving medical products.

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Free Hepatitis C medicines provided by Delhi Government.

News | Sep 29, 2023

Failure to reauthorize global AIDS program would be catastrophic

MSF urges US lawmakers to sustain lifesaving support for PEPFAR

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MSF Dr. Dilorom Babakhodjaeva provides consultations for people with HIV, hepatitis C, and syphilis in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

News | Sep 20, 2023

UN pandemic preparedness declaration doesn't do enough

Leaders have a responsibility to ensure health emergency responses take affected people’s needs into consideration.

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An MSF staff member in white vest and latex gloves prepares a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a nursing home in Lebanon.

News | Sep 18, 2023

Nigeria: Worsening diphtheria outbreak requires urgent response

Low country vaccination rates and global shortage of diphtheria treatment is exacerbating the outbreak in Nigeria and regionally.

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Several MSF medics sit on the floor in a circle in Nigeria where they work on the Kano project.

Story | Jul 12, 2023

Preventing measles is a marathon, not a sprint

Measles is a highly contagious disease that can easily spiral out of control without routine vaccinations.

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An MSF aid worker vaccinates a child for measles as part of an immunization campaign in Bondo, bas-Uélé, DR Congo

News | Jun 12, 2023

Gavi must step up efforts to increase vaccine access for children

All children who have missed some or all routine vaccines must have the opportunity to receive them.

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Hepatitis E vaccine

Story | Jun 07, 2023

MSF International Activity Report for 2022: The year in review

An essay by MSF directors of operations on the challenges we faced in 2022 and the impact we made.

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Rotation 18 - Life on deck

News | May 26, 2023

MSF welcomes World Health Assembly resolution on disease testing

Governments must now implement the resolution and make sure diagnostic tools are widely affordable and accessible

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Ebola response in Mangina

News | Apr 25, 2023

Gavi must ensure routine vaccinations for all children under five

A growing number of unvaccinated children in crisis-hit countries remain unprotected against deadly diseases.

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Vaccination in Mingala

Story | Jan 26, 2023

Madagascar: Climate factors contribute to malnutrition spikes

MSF teams are treating thousands of children and expecting cases to rise

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Ifanirea, Ikongo district, Madagascar
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