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The US must call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

News Dec 04, 2023

story Dec 05, 2023

Water scarcity presents health risks to Sudanese refugees in Chad

A woman holding jerry cans of water at a water distribution point in eastern Chad.

story Dec 01, 2023

MSF convoy attack in Gaza: All elements point to Israeli army responsibility

Destroyed vehicles in MSF convoy attack in Gaza

story Dec 06, 2023

“You’re going to die here”: Abuse in Libyan detention centers

A group of migrants and refugees gathered together in a shared dwelling in Libya in August 2021.

story Dec 01, 2023

“It isn’t written on our foreheads that we have HIV”

A woman in checker print dress surrounded by bouquets of flowers.

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News | Nov 17, 2023

Haiti: Medical care severely affected by clashes in Cité Soleil

“Once again, the population is paying a high price during these clashes between armed groups.”

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White flag with red logo of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) against sunny blue sky

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.

News | Aug 28, 2023

Haiti: MSF fully reopens Tabarre hospital after armed intrusion

Medical services at Tabarre hospital in Port-au-Prince resume after an armed intrusion in July caused MSF to suspend admissions to its trauma center.

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MSF medical staff treat a patient on an operating table at Tabarre hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Story | Jul 11, 2023

Haiti, caught in the crossfire

Bearing witness to everyday violence in Port-au-Prince

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A view of Port-au-Prince housing on a hill.

News | Jul 07, 2023

Haiti: MSF condemns violent incursion at Tabarre hospital

MSF has suspended all activities at the hospital, while other medical programs in Haiti continue.

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MSF doctors operate on a patient in Tabarre hospital in  Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Story | Jun 27, 2023

Pregnant and disabled people in the deadly Darién Gap

Migrants in Panama face inadequate conditions in terms of protection, hygiene, and access to basic services. 

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Hundreds of migrants arrive at reception centres after travelling through Darien jungle

Story | Jun 27, 2023

Haiti: "We give our all to save lives"

An MSF nurse on providing vital medical care in the midst of widespread insecurity and economic hardship.

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Insecurity in Port-au-Prince

Story | May 30, 2023

Haiti: MSF expands maternal health care in Port-à-Piment

The reopening of a clinic destroyed in the 2021 earthquake restores the community's access to maternal health care.

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Health promoters in Rendel, February 2023, Haiti

Story | May 12, 2023

International Nurses Day: Stories from the ICU

MSF nurses around the world share their experiences delivering care in some of the most intense emergency situations

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Anis AbdRaboh Dayan and colleagues discussing in ICU

Story | May 10, 2023

Mobile clinics reach people stranded by violence in Haiti

Access to essential services is severely limited across Port-au-Prince, especially in neighborhoods most affected by the violence.

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Urban Violence Project - Mobile Clinics in Bel Air


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