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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.

remains of MSF vehicle
04 Dec 2023

On 18 November 2023, an MSF evacuation convoy came under fire in Gaza killing two people. After collecting the testimonies of MSF staff present, we consider that all elements point to responsibility for this attack to the Israeli army.

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.

MSF logo
29 Nov 2023

The situation is worsening by the day for people living in Tougan, a town in the Boucle du Mouhoun region. Almost 20% of the children screened by Médecins Sans Frontières in this town in northwest Burkina Faso were found to be suffering from acute malnutrition. 

Mary James, the first female driver for MSF in South Sudan
27 Nov 2023

In the challenging terrains of South Sudan, Mary James navigates more than just roads. She navigates a path of inspiration, breaking gender barriers as the first female driver in Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in this region.

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. 

 Tsiva Aurélien, fisherman Andriamanantena Tsiva Aurélien with his family in front of their house, partially destroyed by the cyclone.
24 Nov 2023

World leaders gathering in Dubai for COP28 must take urgent measures to protect the health of the most affected communities. 

diphtheria treatment center

Several countries across West Africa are experiencing some of the worst outbreaks of vaccine-preventable disease diphtheria ever recorded on the continent.

MSF team started supporting Umdawanban hospital
22 Nov 2023

An unconscionable ban that is preventing life-saving surgical supplies from being transported to hospitals in RSF-controlled areas of Khartoum is putting the lives of hundreds of people at risk and must be immediately reversed.