MSF works at the Provincial Hospital to treat children with severe malaria.
On April 14, MSF opened a 100-bed hospital in the Kutupalong-Balukali camp. The hospital was designed to respond to an emergency situation, ensuring access to medical care in the camp.
After the deadly civil war that took place in 2013-2014, the Central African Republic enjoyed a period of relative calm and the democratic elections in early 2016 brought hope for stabilization in the country. However, tensions between the now more numerous armed groups exploded again at the end of 2016, throwing the country into a renewed spiral of violence.
As the situation is relatively calm in northeast Syria, in the governorates of Hassakeh, Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor, people are starting to return home. MSF answers questions regarding the situation on the ground.
Over a month has passed since the Syrian government and its allies intensified their military offensive in East Ghouta. Currently, MSF's ability to assist in providing healthcare in East Ghouta is almost non-existent.
Since it began in December 2013, the conflict in South Sudan has forced over two million people from their homes.
Tuberculosis (TB) remains the leading cause of death in South Africa, and yet it is curable. Why have we not overcome this fatal disease?
Since December 2013, millions have been, and continue to be, displaced as a result of South Sudan’s current conflict. In Akobo, people fleeing from nearby conflict zones arrive on an almost daily basis.