One year on, Rohingya refugees still live in dire camps, facing an uncertain future and legal limbo
As part of its ongoing response to the Ebola outbreak in North Kivu, MSF opened an Ebola treatment centre in the epicenter of the outbreak
Innovative shipping-container-made facility offering access to healthcare, particularly during the time of the nationwide health workers strikes of 2017 in Kenya
Around 17 million people live in areas affected by violence resulting from the conflict between non-state armed groups and military forces in the Lake Chad region
Meeting the specific needs of sex workers (SW), people who use drugs (PWUD), men having sex with men (MSM), gays and transgender people (TG) as well as prisoners living with HIV.
MSF teams in Am Timan are responding to this nutritional crisis by providing support to three local health centres in screening and treating cases of malnutrition.