MSF is currently working in several governorates in Yemen and has received more than 1,600 war wounded in Aden, Amran, Hajja and Al-Dhale since the current conflict began, and has brought more than 100 tonnes of humanitarian aid to its various facilities around the country.
Nepal has been hit by two earthquakes in less than three weeks, killing thousands, injuring tens of thousands, and leaving millions more with the burden of rebuilding their lives.
MSF's team working among the foreign nationals and refugees in Durban has seen the constructive engagement between KZN MEC for Community Safety and camp residents about their fears and reintegration efforts being undertaken.
A meningitis epidemic which has stretched across several regions of Niger has killed 352 people so far, with a total of 5,273 cases recorded since January.
MSF is launching an additional ship to carry out search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea to assist people who are risking their lives trying to reach Europe by boat.
MSF’s teams are still working to ensure that all traces of the ebola disease are stamped out in local communities.
MSF has begun medical activities offering free healthcare to pregnant women, children under 15, surgical emergencies and victims of sexual violence in Bikenge, DRC.
MSF now has more than 120 staff members in the country and has flown in more than 80 tonnes of supplies, including the inflatable hospital.