As members of Doctors Without Borders, we are shocked and deeply saddened by the news of the killing of a community health worker who was supported by our or
The MSF team in Cross River state, south-east Nigeria, concluded its medical humanitarian activities in support of refugees from the North-West and South-West Regions of Cameroon and Nigerian communities hosting them.
At the Regional Hospital of Maroua in the Far North Region of Cameroon, MSF supports the Ministry of Health in treating trauma patients with complicated fractures and injuries.
Since 2016, clashes between English-speaking secessionists and government forces in North-West and South-West Cameroon have uprooted 530,000 people from their homes, triggering acute humanitarian needs across both regions. Lacking adequate shelter, food, water, and hygiene, people are at increased risk of disease, and violence and restrictions on movement limit their access to medical care.
The displacement of refugees’ strains resources and compounds existing difficult livelihoods of host communities, thereby expanding the humanitarian needs for both the host and refugee population
Dr. Alan Gonzalez is from Mexico and joined MSF in 2009. Here he describes his experiences providing care to children suffering from pneumonia.
MSF teams support Ministry of Health in Koulfa Island, Lake Chad following suicide attacks on Saturday morning.