News from our projects

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18 Apr 2023

Over the past 48 hours, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), has received a total of 136 wounded patients at the hospital it supports in El Fasher, North Darfur – 11 have died from their injuries.  

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13 Apr 2023

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is supporting local organisations in Türkiye in their efforts to provide psychosocial support to people as they try to rebuild their lives. 

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11 Apr 2023

The MSF Academy in South Sudan provides comprehensive healthcare training for local healthcare workers, enabling them to deliver quality nursing, midwifery, and outpatient care to those in need in their communities.

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06 Apr 2023

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) are providing support to the provincial health services of Zambézia, Central Mozambique, in the large-scale response to an outbreak of cholera following  the second landfall of tropical cyclone Freddy in mid-March.

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A humanitarian disaster is underway in North Kivu, in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where around one million people have fled their homes in the past 12 months to escape fighting linked to the resurgence of the M23 armed group.

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As Syria marks 12 years of conflict, the impact of the earthquakes that struck parts of Syria and Türkiye on 6 February is pushing communities in northwest Syria to the brink and the healthcare system to its limits. 

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27 Mar 2023
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27 Mar 2023

MSF teams in the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh are overwhelmed by the ongoing outbreak of scabies and are calling on other health actors to take their responsibility. 

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24 Mar 2023

A week after cyclone Freddy, the most intense cyclone ever recorded by weather stations, hit southern Malawi between March 12 and 14, some districts and their populations are still reeling from the destruction. 

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After the initial earthquakes that struck south Türkiye and northwest Syria, the region has registered hundreds of aftershocks, adding to the death toll, material damage and trauma of the survivors.

One month on, the search and rescue phase is over. While the dust has settled among the rubble, the needs remain acute.