MSF’s activities in Mundri provide healthcare as close as possible to as many people as possible.
In the capital of Sudan´s North Darfur state, there has been a sharp increase in the number of cases of malaria during the rainy season this year. Around double the number than during the same period in 2018.
Towards the end of October, there have been very heavy rains in Somalia and as a consequence, there has been a lot of flooding in many parts of the country, including in south and central Somalia.
More than half of the patients attended by MSF in the North have been victims of kidnappings in the last month.
A massive explosion in Darkoush town, northwest Syria resulted in 12 casualties on Thursday 31 October
Newer medicines for DR-TB are desperately needed, but barriers to access, including high prices, keep them out of reach for most people around the world.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and Interactive Research and Development (IRD) announced today the start of a clinical trial in Pakistan that aims to find better, shorter treatments against multidrug-resistant forms of tuberculosis.
MSF Medical doctor Dr Brian Nyagadza shares his experience working with NCD patients in Mutare on the Manicaland non-communicable diseases project.
Shelling in the village of Janoudia in Idlib, northwestern Syria, resulted in an influx of 17 casualties