Dr Louis Albert Massing, MSF’s medical coordinator in DRC, gives us an update on the measles epidemic in Katanga, DRC.
MSF field cooordinator in Diffa, Aissami Abdou explains the situation in Niger as thousands flee Lake Chad.
On 4 June, a strike by three missiles in a town in Idlib Governorate caused carnage and resulted in a mass casualty influx of 130 wounded patients to the nearest field hospital supported by MSF
As conflict continues between warring parties in South Sudan, thousands of civilians have fled, creating a new waves of displacement in Ethiopia
More than 6,000 suspected meningitis cases and 443 deaths have been recorded in Niger in the past three months. But a shortage of vaccines has hindered implementation of a vaccination campaign.
A few weeks before the monsoon rains starts, MSF races against time to reach remote villages with medical supplies and shelter material.
MSF treat people in remote villages of Nepal and use a helicopter to transport patients to an inflatable hospital in Arughat Bazaar.
A cholera outbreak has struck overcrowded camps where thousands of Burundian refugees are gathering in Tanzania.
Stories of migrants: MSF is working in the first reception centre in Pozzallo, Sicily in collaboration with Ministry of Health to provide medical services to migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.