MSF is giving specific attention to children under 15 years old affected by Diabetes Type I, to avoid serious complications and long term side effects of this disease.
The government of South Sudan has declared a state of emergency in 27 flood-affected areas across the country.
On 30th October, the government of South Sudan declared a state of emergency across 27 flood-affected areas.
More than half of the patients attended by MSF in the North have been victims of kidnappings in the last month.
MSF Medical doctor Dr Brian Nyagadza shares his experience working with NCD patients in Mutare on the Manicaland non-communicable diseases project.
Access to a new drug combination, bedaquiline and delamanid have become available for the treatment of tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea. While injections are no longer necessary, the treatment remains cumbersome.
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.
Criminal groups and extreme violence in the northwestern Nigerian state of Zamfara has caused hundreds of thousands of people to flee their villages and seek shelter in the town of Anka.