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Story | September 23, 2022

Migration in the Americas: “All we are looking for is a better life”

Perilous routes and inhumane migration policies are not deterring people from attempting the treacherous journey north

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An MSF mobile clinic assists migrants at the Honduras-Nicaragua border

Story | August 01, 2022

Video: Making treatment for sexual violence more accessible in Ukraine

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News | January 25, 2022

Brazil: MSF cares for growing numbers of Venezuelan migrants and asylum seekers in Roraima state

“During their journey, they face hunger and danger while trying to reach a safe and stable place. Despite the difficult context, we hear stories of hope and wishes of a better life.”

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Venezuelan migrants and refugees in northern Brazil

Story | November 18, 2021

Safe routes urgently needed for thousands of migrants crossing the Darién Gap

Panamanian and Colombian governments must protect migrants from violence

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Bajo Chiquito

News | August 25, 2021

MSF urges Biden administration to renew efforts to end Migrant Protection Protocols

"Remain in Mexico" policy forced vulnerable people back into danger

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Increasing activities in Matamoros-covid19

News | July 15, 2021

Confronting the sexual violence epidemic in Democratic Republic of Congo

National and international action is needed to support survivors

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KANANGA Provincial Hospital

Story | July 15, 2021

Surviving sexual violence in Democratic Republic of Congo: Victims twice over

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Story | June 28, 2021

Escalating violence in Nigeria’s Zamfara state is fueling a humanitarian crisis

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Zamfara: IDP - MSF Mobile Clinic

Story | April 15, 2021

Sexual violence remains a public health crisis in Central African Republic  

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Woman poses for a portrait in the garden of the Tongolo centre in November 2020. Central African Republic

Story | March 09, 2021

Mexico: Providing much-needed mental health care to migrants in Matamoros

“We have talked with women who no longer want to live”

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Increasing activities in Matamoros-covid19