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.
MSF nurse, Anne Kluijtmans was in Nepal when the earthquake hit on 25th April. She joined MSF teams in Kathmandu to assist with emergency response.
ICRC and MSF are extremely concerned about the severe damage caused by recent Coalition attacks on airports in Sana’a and Hodeida.
MSF’s health promoters go into the high risk areas of Freetown, Sierra Leone to assist communities in recognising and preventing Ebola.
The massive Ebola management centres run by MSF at the peak of the outbreak are no longer full of patients.
MSF assists the Ministry of Health in providing treatment at two isolation centres in El Geneina hospital in the adult and paediatric wards, as well as running mobile clinics.