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.
The few medical facilities still operating in northern Gaza are under unimaginable duress.
On October 19th, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) announced the suspension of support to life-saving surgical activities at Bashair Hospital in Khartoum, Sudan.
Nothing justifies such a shocking attack on patients, healthcare workers, and the people seeking shelter in the hospital.
Dr Christos Christou, MSF International President
Mass killing of civilians is sickening and must be condemned in all possible terms. Horrific violence has been wreaked over the last 10 days.
Sudan's brutal war continues to inflict immeasurable suffering. Amid violence, widespread displacement and diminishing supplies, MSF calls for an urgent and substantial increase in humanitarian efforts.
As the ultimatum given to the population expires, MSF calls on the Israeli authorities to show humanity.
Community based mental health sessions give hope to people in Myanmar who have faced years of conflict and displacement and are still rebuilding from the damage of cyclone Mocha.
MSF calls for an immediate cessation to the indiscriminate bloodshed, and the establishment of safe spaces and safe passage for people to reach them as a matter of urgency.
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