Statelessness generates vulnerabilities that are exploited by those who seek to benefit from the desperation of Rohingya refugees
For the first time since 2015, MSF’s clinic in Shan State, Myanmar, has cured two patients of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
For the first time in a decade, international and domestic funds available to fight HIV and TB declined in 2018, putting further pressure on countries facing these epidemics.
A lack of legal status for Rohingya and other undocumented migrants in Malaysia is a major cause of their continued vulnerability, particularly regarding their access to healthcare and self-reliance.
Disease, hunger and misery stalk the Rohingya living in Bangladesh's refugee camps but, despite the grinding hardship, few are willing to consider the altern
Matching the influx of people crossing the border from Myanmar since August 25, MSF has treated more than 30,000 patients in the Cox’s Bazar area
Australian emergency medical coordinator for MSF, Kate White, reflects on how the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh has changed in recent weeks.
MSF President Dr Joanne Liu will speak at a Pledging Conference for the Rohingya Refugee Crisis organized by OCHA, IOM and UNHCR and co-hosted by the European Union and Kuwait.