Governments, ministries of health, international agencies, donors and partner organizations must step up efforts and focus to reduce the mortality of people living with HIV.
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MSF opens a Migrant project in Tshwane, South Africa that will provide a supportive, specialised HUB for vulnerable people, focusing on undocumented migrants, asylum seekers and refugees.
Over 600 vulnerable men, women and children attacked in a detention centre for migrants and refugees in Tripoli last night.
Hundreds of thousands of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s northeastern Ituri province face numerous humanitarian crises and are in urgent need of assistance. The recent upsurge in violence across the regions of Djugu, Mahagi and Irumu have forced thousands to flee their homes.
Inaction by US pharmaceutical corporation Gilead to follow through on its so-called ‘access initiative’ leaves people unable to access a vital drug to treat a deadly infection
One year on from the first political stand-off over the fate of people rescued in the Central Mediterranean sea
Massive mobilisation of all relevant organisations in DRC needed in order to curb fast-spreading measles outbreak that is anticipated to be the worst since 2012.
MSF believes that its community based interventions across the treatment pathway as well as the strong partnerships built from the start were key to reaching 90-90-90
MSF calls for humanitarian assistance to Al Hol to continue to be scaled up, for aid organisations to be given access to all parts of the camp
Refugees and migrants in Tripoli’s Qasr Bin Gashir detention centre were shot at and injured, according to evidence reviewed by MSF.