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MSF medical evacuation train
01 Nov 2023

 This was the second time MSF has had to evacuate patients from the same hospital in the past year as a result of attacks on the facility.

Mother feeds son therapeutic milk

In North Kivu province, an average of 800 children suffering from severe acute malnutrition have been admitted each month of 2023 for treatment to hospitals in Mweso and Masisi.

MSF in Gaza

On Sunday 29 October, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) sent 26 tonnes of medical supplies on a World Health Organisation plane to Egypt, under the coordination of the Egyptian Red Crescent, to support the emergency medical response in Gaza. 

Destruction in Gaza

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) calls for an immediate ceasefire to prevent more deaths in Gaza and allow desperately needed humanitarian supplies in.

herat earhtqyake survivors
27 Oct 2023

Herat Province in western Afghanistan has been hit by three powerful earthquakes as well as innumerable aftershocks of varying strengths. Earthquake survivors share their stories.


Climate change has disastrous health impacts. As a medical humanitarian organisation, we are already seeing these impacts on the people we treat in over 70 countries around the world.


A medical and humanitarian response must be scaled up as malaria and malnutrition rife among returnees living in dire conditions in Renk, South Sudan


Loay Harb, a nurse with Medecins Sans Frontieres, shares in his own words the desperate situation on the ground in Gaza.

Ambulances carrying victims crowd the entrance to the emergency ward of the Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City

The few medical facilities still operating in northern Gaza are under unimaginable duress.