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The US must call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

story Dec 04, 2023

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 01, 2023

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

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

story Dec 04, 2023

Hospitals at breaking point in southern Gaza as bombing intensifies

Open door to an operating room at Al Aqsa Hospital in Gaza, as doctors perform surgery on a patient.

story Dec 01, 2023

What to know about the situation in southern Gaza

Patients on the floor at Al Aqsa hospital in Gaza with a sheet.

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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News | Nov 14, 2023

Nigeria: Routine vaccinations are key to curbing diphtheria outbreak

Those who fall severely ill and die from diphtheria are disproportionately unvaccinated.

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An MSF staff member prepares a diptheria vaccine in Nigeria.

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 | Sep 06, 2023

Five takeaways from MSF’s study on unsafe abortions

A study of two hospitals in conflict-affected settings finds patients at significantly higher risk of developing severe complications resulting from unsafe abortions.

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Illustration of a pregnant woman lying down on a red backdrop

News | Jul 03, 2023

Nigeria: Escalating malnutrition crisis in northwest

Widespread violence has exacerbated a malnutrition crisis impacting children in northwest Nigeria.

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An MSF nurse meets with a group of women and children in a tent in Nigeria.

Story | Jun 15, 2023

Stories of survival from the Mediterranean migration route

To mark World Refugee Day, we’re spotlighting the stories of people risking it all for a chance at safety.

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Migrants aboard search and rescue ship in Mediterranean

Story | May 24, 2023

Noma: “Imagine a life where people are running away from you”

A noma survivor and MSF staff recounts her journey from patient to advocate in the fight against the devastating and preventable disease.

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Noma survivors: closer to getting the attention they deserve

Story | May 22, 2023

Three noma survivors on living with a neglected tropical disease

After receiving treatment and surgery, noma survivors Muhammadu, Mulikat, and Dahiru decided to become part of the solution in Nigeria.

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Noma survivors: closer to getting the attention they deserve

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

News | Apr 26, 2023

MSF responds to unprecedented child malnutrition in Maiduguri

Years of conflict and insecurity have caused a critical humanitarian situation in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

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Malnutrition admissions surge in Maiduguri, Borno State

News | Feb 02, 2023

Calling global attention to noma, "the most neglected of neglected diseases"

“There is no other infectious disease that kills so many people, so quickly."

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Bilya - Noma Survivor

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