Recently, an upsurge in threats from armed groups operating between the borders of Mali and Niger has caused a new wave of displacement. More than 8,000 people have been forced to settle in improvised camps around the village of Kongokiré, Niger, where they live in appalling conditions, in a zone which is also considered as insecure.
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Seven months into the largest ever Ebola outbreak in the DRC, the Ebola response is failing to bring the epidemic under
MSF denounces the deliberate targeted attacks against the civilian population in Batangafo and other areas such as Ippy and Alindao
Ebola Treatment Centres operated by MSF in DRC are participating in the randomized controlled trial (RCT) of four potential Ebola-treatments with the objective to identify the most effective of the four products to treat Ebola patients
Evidence proves learners use sexual and reproductive health services when these are offered on school property but absence of implementation guidelines testing rates drop by as much as 74%
MSF is supporting a patent challenge filed in India this week by two DR-TB survivors, to prevent pharmaceutical corporation J&J from extending its monopoly on the TB drug bedaquiline
This year marks 50 years since the identification of the virus causing Lassa disease in the village of Lassa, in Nigeria
MSF calls on countries with large numbers of people with DR-TB to urgently start implementing these new treatment guidelines