There is not enough clean water or hygiene provisions for people to continually wash their hands
More must be done to protect an already vulnerable population, both for this pandemic and for other threats in the future
Millions in Borno State remain extremely vulnerable to malaria, water-borne diseases, malnutrition and now, COVID-19
Over ten years of conflict between the Nigerian military and armed opposition groups have compounded the challenges people face in accessing healthcare, the population displaced, and millions of lives disrupted.
The MSF team in Cross River state, south-east Nigeria, concluded its medical humanitarian activities in support of refugees from the North-West and South-West Regions of Cameroon and Nigerian communities hosting them.
Criminal groups and extreme violence in the northwestern Nigerian state of Zamfara has caused hundreds of thousands of people to flee their villages and seek shelter in the town of Anka.
In northeast Nigeria, conflict between the military and armed opposition groups has taken a heavy toll on the population, with serious humanitarian consequences.
Desperate living conditions and lack of protection in Pulka are exacerbating people’s acute mental health needs. There is an urgent need for reinforcement of the humanitarian response in Pulka.
Zimbabwean lawyer, Karsten Noko spent nearly two years working with MSF in Nigeria where he found motivation in how his team pulled together to bring medical care where it was needed most.
Noma is an overlooked but dangerous disease that can leave often young patients disfigured. Hafiz, a surgeon from India, shares his experience of providing life-changing reconstructive surgery in Nigeria...