An Interview with Pascal Piguet, MSF logistician working in the Ebola treatment centre in Gueckedou, southeast Guinea.
The Ebola epidemic confirmed by the Ministry of Health on March 22 is the first to affect Guinea. The latest official statistics put the toll at 89 suspected cases and 56 deaths.
Since early this morning there have been violent clashes, shooting and explosions in a number of areas of Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic.
MSF has constructed a fully equipped 20-bed Waiting Mothers’ Lodge at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Roma, that will enable pregnant women to be close to health care services when they approach their...
Following deadly clashes in Timbuktu, Mali on March 30-31, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams working in the city’s hospital treated 21 wounded people, incl
Over the last three months, escalating violence in Syria has caused an unprecedented flow of refugees into neighbouring countries. According to the Jordanian authorities, an estimated number of 400,000 are now living in the country.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI — A lack of funds and supplies has crippled cholera treatment programs in Haiti, leading to unnecessary deaths and increasing the risk of greater outbreaks during the upcoming rainy season, MSF said today.