South Sudan
27 May 2024

In recent years, both increased flooding and more severe droughts have made food and water scarce, with cattle keepers and farmers moving farther from functional healthcare facilities and medical care.

South Sudan
27 May 2024

In recent years, both increased flooding and more severe droughts have made food and water scarce, with cattle keepers and farmers moving farther from functional healthcare facilities and medical care.

Sudan
21 May 2024

The displaced people of Al-Hasahisa camp, in Zalingei, capital of Central Darfur state, found themselves caught in between the crossfire. Besieged by RSF for months, the injured were left unable to seek medical care outside the camp, and water and food supplies were blocked.

Sudan
21 May 2024

The displaced people of Al-Hasahisa camp, in Zalingei, capital of Central Darfur state, found themselves caught in between the crossfire. Besieged by RSF for months, the injured were left unable to seek medical care outside the camp, and water and food supplies were blocked.

Sudan
21 May 2024

MSF calls on the warring parties to stop violating health facilities and guarantee the safety of medical personnel and to grant the necessary travel permits for our staff and supplies.

Sudan
21 May 2024

MSF calls on the warring parties to stop violating health facilities and guarantee the safety of medical personnel and to grant the necessary travel permits for our staff and supplies.

Al Shifa
21 May 2024

In the last seven months the healthcare system in the Gaza Strip has been systematically dismantled. Staff and patients from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have had to leave 12 different health structures and have endured 26 violent incidents.

Al Shifa
21 May 2024

In the last seven months the healthcare system in the Gaza Strip has been systematically dismantled. Staff and patients from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have had to leave 12 different health structures and have endured 26 violent incidents.

Communities in South Sudan collecting water
21 May 2024

Water and sanitation specialist, Syed Imran Ali, was working in a refugee camp in South Sudan when his team were faced with a mystery. What they discovered changed how they thought about safe water supply, and is now helping to save lives in humanitarian crises around the world.