Following a violent attack in Rann, Borno state, on Thursday 1 March, MSF suspended its medical activities in the town and evacuated 22 national and international staff.
Violence in Ituri province forces thousands from their home. A cholera outbreak hits those seeking safety in Uganda.
In 2017, MSF experienced 36 attacks on its medical staff and medical facilities in the Central African Republic.
Health and other essential services are overstretched along the northern Democratic Republic of Congo border as refugees cross over from Central African Republic (CAR) in search of safety.
Dr Silas Adamou-Moussa, MSF’s deputy programme manager for Nigeria, describes the situation in Borno state, where displaced people are stranded in enclaves, struggling to survive.
Innovative use of three-wheelers to transport patients helps MSF overtake restrictions on movement in north-east Nigeria.