News from our projects

MSF Emergency Centre in Turgeau

On Tuesday, 12 December 2023, a group of armed men stopped an MSF ambulance in Port-au-Prince. They took a patient out by force and killed him. MSF is suspending all activities in the Emergency Centre indefinitely.

In the malnutrition ward of Douentza hospital
13 Dec 2023

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is concerned about the intensification of violence in central and northern Mali. Rivalry between the various parties to the conflict is restricting people's access to healthcare. 

SF
14 Dec 2023

This collection of 58 images, taken between November 2022 and November 2023, highlights stories and voices from around the world where Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working. 

Refygee n Metche camp
12 Dec 2023

Sudanese refugees and returnees in eastern Chad, are desperately short of clean water. In Metche camp, refugees receive just six litres of water per person per day, compared to the 20 litres recommended in emergencies.

Rohingya trapped youth

Six years after their massive exodus from Myanmar, the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are still living in precarious conditions in insalubrious camps where they are confined. 

Libya Derna
06 Dec 2023

Three months after thousands of people lost their lives in devastating floods caused by Storm Daniel, residents of the city of Derna are suffering the psychological aftermath of the disaster. MSF doctors and psychologists have been providing them with medical care and mental health support.  

climate change
06 Dec 2023

Dr Christos Christou International President of MSF speaks on the COP28 panel, 'Champions leading the way on climate and health'.

Al Aqsa hospital

Palestinians in need of medical care face overwhelmed hospitals, movement restrictions, and ongoing intense bombardment.

Al Aqsa hospital

Following the outbreak of war in early October between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, the humanitarian situation in the south of Gaza is dire and unsafe.

unkrain ambulance attacked
27 Nov 2023

On Monday 20 November, two missiles hit a hospital in Selydove, Donetsk region of Ukraine, where five Médecins Sans Frontières staff were present.