MSF has resumed activities in Melut, Upper Nile state, 16 days after renewed fighting in mid-May forced the organisation to suspend medical activities and evacuate staff.
The campaign took place 24 May and 5 June: vaccaines were given to individuals age groups 6 month and 15 years in the area.
Some 115,000 Burundian and Congolese refugees living in Tanzania will be vaccinated against cholera in a mass campaign carried out by MSF this month.
MSF calls on governments and people around the world to respect the rights and dignity of refugees, migrants and displaced people who have been forced to flee their homes.
Muhammed, 26, from Afghanistan, remains stranded on the Greek Dodecanese island of Kos, along with 14,000 other asylum seekers. Here he tells his story.
Interview with MSF deputy field coordinator in Durban about the situation of the hundreds of Burundians and Congolese migrants stuck in camps after fleeing from a wave of xenophobic violence in SA.
It is feared that 2015 will be the deadliest year yet for those risking the Mediterranean crossing escaping their countries from conflict, instability, persecution...
MSF is working with local partners in the isolated Boga region in the south of Irumu, DRC to improve healthcare for internally displaced people.
On Monday 15 June, at least one person died during a search and rescue operation by the Bourbon Argos, a ship chartered by MSF to carry out search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean sea.