Five humanitarian aid workers in northeast Nigeria have been killed after being abducted last month.
Dr Preceious has been with MSF for two years as a research medical doctor in the Lassa Fever project in Abaliki, Nigeria. Here she shares her experience.
One of our patients Amaechi-Egemba Emmanuel gives a testimony on his experience having been diagnosed with Lassa Fever and how he overcame it.
MSF mental health supervisor Dr Chinedu gives insight on why patients diagnosed with Lassa Fever need a mental health support structure.
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on our operations globally, however, we continue to provide much needed medical care for COVID-19 and all other illnesses in our operations. Here is an update on the latest developments.
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.