Stories & News

24 Jun 2024

MSF warns that hospitals continue to be attacked, and that no outside help can reach the city due to the intensity of the violence.

22 Jun 2024

Healing psychological trauma in Gaza cannot happen until there is a ceasefire.

11 Jun 2024

On the morning of Saturday 8 June 2024, Israeli forces heavily bombed the Middle Area of the Gaza Strip, including Al-Nuseirat refugee camp. MSF's Dr Hazem Maloh recalls that horrific and traumatising day when he lost many of his friends and neighbours. 


The conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) continues to trigger huge population displacements. The displacement crisis in DRC is one of the longest and largest in the world, with around seven million people currently displaced.

07 Jun 2024

MSF inpatient facilities in northern Nigeria have recorded an extraordinary increase in admissions of severely malnourished children with life-threatening complications, with two times more admissions than last year in some locations. 

06 Jun 2024

Most of the people who fled Sudan into Chad are women and children. Left as the sole providers, Sudanese women are now bearing the full responsibility of caring for their families. 

The medical team operating on patient Kadidia Dembélé at the Niono referral health centre.
05 Jun 2024

In December 2023, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) began providing surgical activities at the Niono hospital in central Mali. People living in Niono and the surrounding area suffer the effects of armed conflict, with limited access to quality health facilities. MSF teams have now renovated the department, as well as providing additional resources to cater to the needs. 

Kiribati islands
05 Jun 2024

Sue Bucknell took a chance in 2016 by taking leave from her job in Australia to go on her first assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to South Sudan, where she worked in supply logistics.

04 Jun 2024

Aid agencies now fear an acceleration in deaths from starvation, disease and denied medical assistance, while land and sea entry points remain effectively shut to meaningful humanitarian assistance, most desperately fuel, and attacks in areas sheltering civilians intensify. 

Khan Younis
03 Jun 2024

Two massacres in Rafah have occurred after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordered Israel to “immediately” halt its military offensive in Rafah, in application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.